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Volume 114 




LEHIGH UNIVERSITY 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 



Table Of Contents 

Opening 4 

Features 18 

Academics 68 

Activities 108 

Sports 146 

Living 192 

Seniors 318 

Index 450 

Closing 451 




Photography Editors 



Editor-in-Chief 



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Everyone has their own memo- 
ries of Freshmen Orientation, 
the first few days of your col- 
lege career. 1 arrived early, all 
my worldly possessions in the car, my par- 
ents at my side, my heart in my throat. 
After helping me move into my closet-I- 
mean-room, my parents left, with my firm 
assurances that I would be fine and call 
soon. And that I wouldn't forget that my 
primary purpose for being here was to 
study. 

Seven hours later, I found myself up on 
the hill, a beer in hand, dancing with my 
hallmates to "Mony, Mony" and loving life. 
Yes, Mom and Dad, I have my priorities 
straight. 

And so began "Club Lehigh", three days 
of intensive - socializing. The prospects for 
ever getting any work done seemed dim, 
when there were so many other things to 
do. 

Granted, times have changed since our 
freshmen year. But there's no need for 
concern. Members of the class of '94 assure 
me that yes, orientation is just as fun as it 
was August '86. 




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The 1989 fall semester at Lehigh Uni- 
versity began with a lot of changes. 
Lehigh students were welcomed 
back to Lehigh with the implemen- 
tation of a new and stringent parking code. Hart- 
man and Gibson disappeared as the two new 
sororities settled in Saucon Valley. Delta Sig is 
back. Meanwhile, the Hill underwent quite an 
interesting - rearrangement. But on a more 
pleasant note, the new business center was being 
built at a dizzying speed from the ashes of Tay- 
lor Stadium. 

Fall '89 marked the birth of the Umoja House, 
whose members participated with the rest of 
Warren Square for a memorable block party 
("Be there and be Square"). Some students be- 
came artists for a week as their art was dis- 
played campus-wide. To counter accusations of 
being politically ignorant and generally apathet- 
ic, several students participated in an anti-apart- 
heid demonstration. 

Naturally, all of us spent many productive 
hours in the library (often examining either the 
back of our eyelids or members of the opposite 
sex). Others resorted to the well-known cure for 
stress and favorite freshmen activity: abuse the 
Gryphon. 




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N CAMPUS 




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Lehigh has a beautiful campus, and 
its beauty is certainly emphasized in 
the fall. Fall at Lehigh brings many 
images to mind— the old stone build- 
ings shrouded in scarlet ivy; shoitening days 
tinged with the first briskness of autumn; the 
fun and festivity of tailgating and watching Le- 
high football games; the first round of four 
o'cloci< quizzes for the semester; hundreds of 
squirrels swarming all over campus collecting 
nuts; and fall would certainly not be complete at 
Lehigh without the men of Brickman heartily 
attacking every leaf that dares to fall with their 
leaf-busting blowers .... 




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ALL AT LEHIGH 




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Fall semester at Lehigh always starts 
out slowly. Oh, those lazy days in Sep- 
tember, after vacation and before the 
first round of 4:00 quizzes. The weath- 
er outside still says "summer", and it's so easy to 
ignore that pile of unopened books adorning your 
desk. It's too hot to study. 

So sunbathe outside. If you really feel guilty, 
bring your books with you and "study". Play 
frisbee or volleyball. Watch other people playing 
frisbee or volleyball. Have a barbecue. 

Go out late - it's a time for freshmen to discov- 
er the hill, and for seniors to rediscover the local 
haunts. Hang out with your hallmates, staying 
up all night, doing absolutely nothing construc- 
tive. And remember, if it's too noisy to sleep in 
your room, there's always the library. 





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As the semester kicks in, so does the 
football season. Lehigh students make 
the trek over to the new stadium to 
cheer on the Engineers. 
But watching the match itself is only half the 
fun. Outside the stadium walls one enters anoth- 
er dimension, one beyond sight and sound - the 
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Lehigh students showed their talent 
this past year as the Mustard and 
Cheese Society put on a number of 
plays in the fall and spring semes- 
ters. The Lehigh community enjoyed "Aunt 
Dan and Lemon" in the fall and "The Cauca- 
sian Chalk Circle" and "Agnes of God" in the 
spring. 

Lehigh senior John Krupa wrote "Roclc Op- 
era" which was also performed in the spring 




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LAYS AT LEHIGH 




Features 41 




TENS 



easons to skip class 

1. Couldn't do the homework., 

2. Didn't do the homework. ' 

3. Forgot you had homework to do:' 

4. Just had an exam in last class. . 

5. Have an exam in next class. 5 

6. Stayed up all night studying. 

7. Stayed up all night not studying. > 

8. Stayed up all night partying. 

9. Have a hang-over. 

10. Ate at Chi Chi's and came down with h( 




1. Sleep. 

i. Go to the mall for the SOth time. 
3. Watch t.v. 
er pizza. 

5. Rearrange your sock drawer, 

6. Go work out. 

7. Call your friends and complain about how impossible it 
is to study. 

ick the network. 

to the library. 

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-REFLECTIONS ON LEHIGH 



xcuses for failing 



1 1. Test? What test? 
2. Everyone else did. 
'i. I was sick. 

4. I had three other tests that day. 

5. It was impossible. 

6. The professor hates me. 

7. I couldn't under-stand the TA. 

8. The hooks weren't in the bookstore the day before. 

9. But I went tn Mart to study. 

10. Maybe I shouldn't be an engineer. 



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I. Want to come up to my roo- 
my exotic fish? 
I 2. There's more beer in my re 

n't you in one of my classes? ; 

, are you from New Jersey? 
are you from Long Island? 
n't you in the Mr. Lehigh contest? 
r you want to dance? , 

8. Can you walk me back to my dorm? 

9. Did I meet you last night— I don't rememl 
'much. 

M I can get you behind the bar. 




Features 43 



As Lehigh/Lafayette weekend 
neared, many students fished 
their dust-covered sneakers out 
and began jogging in droves 
around campus. Were they getting in shape to 
go for the post? Well, not quite. Most were 
practicing for the annual Turkey Trot, a gru- 
eling 2.6 mile course up to the top of the Hill 
and back. This year's was held on a cold, 
windy 16th of November. 

The usual crowd entered, consisting of un- 
dergraduates and graduates, students and 
faculty, athletes and athletic hopefuls. The 
course was harsh, but the runners were 
cheered on by beer-waving spectators who 
lined the course. 

Graduate student Joseph McVeigh won the 
men's title, and Christine Gramlich finished 
first to earn the woman's title. But as every- 
one who ran the Turkey Trot knows, it didn't 
matter if you won or lost, whether you ran, 
jogged, walked, limped or crawled. What was 
important, was whether or not you finished. 





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URKEY TROT 




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ehigh is a school of many , 
tions; one of the most famoUv, ^ 
J J ing the annual Lehigh/Lafayett' 
.Jl football game. This year tb 
.. met for the 125th time, and L 
jsted the game. The Leopards chall< 
the Engineers for the first time in the 
stadium in the valley, and the Goodman; 
ni proved to be the perfect setting fc 
Mng-term rivalry. Thousands of student! 
ulty, and alumni attended the game to 
on the Engineers, but, unfortunately, L 
Ipst the game 36 to 21. 
I The Lehigh/Lafayette weekend is o 
— the biggest events of the year. The St 
Activities Council sponsored comedians 
performed during the week leading up to th 
game, and students also celebrated by att-< 
ing the numerous parties on the Hill. 
^ Other traditions surrounding the gan 
§ie tailgating parties and the annual ri 
get a piece of goalpost. The new sti 
provided ample space for tailgating, ar 
parking lots were overflowing with a i 
fans enjoying themselves before (and di 
the game. The game ended a few m: 
early as eager fans bursted through the 
ers to rip down the wooden goalposts. \ 
pieces take their places above fraternit; 
as coveted souvenirs of the game. 



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Come December, Bethlehem under- 
goes a transformation. By the first 
day of December Christmas trees 
and Moravian stars have made their 
yearly debut, and proliferate with dizzying speed 
as the month continues. Wreaths appear on al- 
most every door, and sparkling lights decorate 
everything from trees to porches to shop 
windows. 

One of the pleasures of going to Lehigh is 
attending a school in "Christmas City." The spir- 
it radiating from Bethlehem brightens the Le- 
high community and helps ease the tensions of 
finals. 





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HRISTMAS CITY 




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In the fall of 1990 Lehigh's campus will see 
the completion of new Rauch Business 
Center on the old site of Taylor Stadium. 
Construction of the new building has been 
going on throughout the year, and the center is the 
source of much pride for the Lehigh Community. 
When the Rauch Center opens the College of Busi- 
ness and Economics will move out of Drown Hall 
and be consolidated in one space. The size of the 
Center will allow business professors and teaching 
assistants to be located in one area as opposed to 
being scattered around campus. In the next few 
years there will be much movement around campus 
as various departments utilize the space opening up 
in Drown Hall and elsewhere. 





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Features 57 



Spring arrived late this year, sudden- 
ly, out of nowhere. It came just in 
time for Greek Week, after a winter 
which seemed to last for an eterni- 
ty—complete with snow flurries in April. A 
week of non-stop rain, which transformed the 
campus into a giant mudslide, signaled the 
beginning of a late spring, as did the conven- 
tion of red-breasted robins found on the Ma- 
ginnes lawn early each morning. And then, 
once the rains subsided, a week of absolutely 
perfect weather. Spring was finally here. 

All the usual signs of spring at Lehigh: 
people sun-bathing on the U.C. lawn; after- 
noon crowds of people outside Mart, having 
deserted their books because "it's just too 
nice outside to study"; music blasting from 
the dorms— and from almost every moving 
vehicle on campus; classes held outside (in- 
variably half of the students are sound 
asleep); an invasion of prospective students 
and tour groups. As winter layers were shed, 
the number of joggers and people in the gym 
systematically doubled each week. 

This spring was one characterized by cul- 
tural, political, and environmental awareness, 
France and its culture were highlighted one 
week in honor of the visit of former president 
Valerie Giscard. The following week was one 
of heightened consciousness toward our frag- 
ile environment, beginning with Earth Day on 
22 April. Lehigh students joined with mem- 
bers of the Bethlehem community for the day 
at Sand Island, to help alert us to the dangers 
of pollution and advise us as to what we can 
do to stop the destruction of our earth. The 
campus was also visited by Isaac Asimov 
who echoed the ideas expressed during _ 
Earth Week as he talked about the impor- 
tance of increasing Global Consciousness. 




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PRING 









Features 59 



Greek week fell in late April this year 
and coincided with the longest 
stretch of nice weather that Lehigh 
had seen all spring. Temperatures 
hovered in the 70-90 degree range all week, so 
many students took advantage of the warm 
weather to throw themselves whole-heartedly 
into the week's activities in lieu of dealing with 
schoolwork. 

Fraternities and sororities subjected their 
pledges to the usual round of Greek week con- 
tests such as pie and greeker eating, tug-of-war, 
and air band, but there were other activities as 
well. 

Students enjoyed numerous band parties in- 
cluding a reggae band which played in Sayre 
Park, and many houses hosted cook-outs. All in 
all Greek week proved to be a great way to end 
the semester. 







REEK WEEK 




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TOP TENS 



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ittle Annoying Things 
At Lehigh 



1. "Leaf Busters" that start work at 7 a.m. on Saturdays. 

2. A snack bar that charges for hot water. 

3. Uneven stairs that lead nowhere. 

4. The question, "So what house are you in?" 

5. Having to drive to Saucon Valley to go to a football 
game. 

6. Hoards of "teenage mutant ninja" squirrels. 

7. All offices are closed from 12-1, the time when most 
students are free. 

8. TA's that don't speak English. 

9. Totally tasteless modern "art" found around the cam- 
pus. 

10. Callbacks. 




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hings We Won't Admit 



1. Read the police reports in the Brown and White. 

2. Sneak food into the library. 

3. Steal your boxmates magazines. 

4. Walk of shame (women). 

5. Used the "But we just talked" line (guys). 

6. Lied about forgetting something because you were 
drunk. 

7. Steal dishes, glasses, food from the U.C. 
Go to the gym/library to scope. 

9. Raid fraternity kitchens. 

10. "Forget" to call someone. 



hings To Do After 
Graduation 



Write a Resume. 
Start looking for a job. 

When that doesn't work, start pulling family connec- 
tions. 

Contemplate grad school. 
Go to work waiting tables at Bennigans. 
Come back for Lehigh/Lafayette weekend and get 
arrested. 
Ponder what you want to do with your life. 

8. Go Eurail it through the Continent with Dad's Ameri- 
can express. 

9. Join the Marines, join the circus. 

10. Fail and put off reality one more year. 



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AMPUS 




Features 65 



In less than a month, the class of 1990 
will be packed into Stabler listening to 
Carl Sagan. As that day approaches 
with increasing velocity many seniors 
find themselves reflecting on the four years 
passed at Lehigh. College. Life on campus. So 
much has happened in four years— what are 
the most memorable? How will we perceive 
the faces peering out at us from a musty 
yearbook twenty years from now? As mere 
photos? Or will they truly bring back memo- 
ries? 

We will look back and remember our fresh- 
man hall and first roommates. Maybe of rush 
and pledging. A particularly interesting 
course or dynamic professor. Experimenta- 
tion—with classes, with people, with our own 
limits. First love. First hangover. First job. 

We have not gone to Lehigh to simply rush 
through our education or through four years 
of socializing. How has this place affected us? 
What is it about Lehigh, not just our college 
experience, that we will remember? How 
many of us have looked at the gargoyles and 
faces scattered across the facade of the 
Alumni Memorial Building, sketched Packer 
Chapel, or found ourselves up at the look- 
out—sometimes late at night, or morning, or 
dusk? 

Will we miss Lehigh, or just being young, 
hopeful and in college? True, many of our 
memories will be shared by graduates of oth- 
er universities, but there is a definite Lehigh 
experience— unique to each of us— whoever 
we are: Greek or independent, athlete or ac- 
tivist, party animal or serious student. 

Who can forget Eco 1 with J.R., Tailgating 
at Lehigh/Lafayette, all-nighters in Packer 
Lab, the noon chaos in Grace Lounge, bed 
races, sunrise cocktails, the network. Gryph- 
ons—all of these are part of life at Lehigh. 

The Lehigh experience is somewhat diffi- 
cult to define, but it is something that we all 
share. Maybe it has something to do with 
going to school on the side of a mountain— we 
have learned to climb wherever we go, and it 
has given us a different perspective. We may 
have to walk up eighty steps to get to our 
rooms, but its worth it. We see things that 
many people don't get the opportunity to see. 
Being on the side of South Mountain gives us 
a clear view of the valley, but it gives us a lot 
more. Lets try to remember what Lehigh has 
taught us— to set our goals high and aim for 
the top. 



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OODBYE 



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ACADEMICS 




Co-Academics Editors 



Jamie Wallace Beth Easley 



Dr. Peter Likins 
President 




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Lehigh University W^jlj Peter Ukins. President 



Alumni Memorial Building 27 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015 

telephone (215) 758-3155 



A farewell message from the President 

Another message from the president can't have a great deal of 
meaning in 1990, after four years of presidential exhortations that 
sometimes sound like sermons from "dear old dad." But you'll read 
this Epitome again in twenty years, or thirty or fifty, and then 
you will want to remember your president's parting words. 

As the years go by, I want you to think increasingly seriously 
about the responsibilities that you carry away with your Lehigh 
degree. Most apparent now is the privilege that lies before you, 
the privilege to use your enhanced capacities freely in pursuit of 
objectives you define for yourself. As your goals are achieved, I 
want you to recognize that the success you earn is itself a gift, 
and with your acceptance of that gift comes the obligation to give 
in return. 

You have received a gift from your parents, whether you felt 
their presence or not. Your friends have given generously to your 
development. Teachers and coaches have helped you in all of life's 
early stages. Your turn comes to be a parent, a friend, and a 
teacher. Be worthy of your Lehigh education, and meet these 
responsibilities well. 



Sincerely 




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Academics 71 



Vice Presidents 



Michael G. Bolton 
Vice President For Development 





Marsha A. Duncan 

Vice President For Student Affairs 



John W. Smeaton 

Assistant Vice President For Student Affairs 



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VICE PRESIDENTS 



John W. Woltjen 

Vice President And Treasurer 




Joseph I. Goldstein 

^ice President For Research 



David A. Sanchez 

Vice President And Provost 



Academics 73 



Dean Of Students 






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David Thomas 
Dean, Graduate School 



Sheila Hyde 
Dean Of Students 




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DEANS 




Jennifer Volchko 
Associate Dean Of Students 



Mark Erickson 

Associate Dean Of Students 



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Sharon Brown 
Assistant Dean Of Students 



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Robert Robeson 

Greek Affairs Coordinator 




Deborah Sacaraki 

Cultural Affairs Coordinator 



Geoffrey Haskell 

Student Activities Coordinator 



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College 

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Julie Williams 
Associate Dean 



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Associate Dean 



James Gunton 
Dean 




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ARTS & SCIENCE 




Academics 79 



Aerospace Studies (A.F.R.O.T.C.) 



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Through the Air Force Reserve Officer Tain- 
ing Corps program, the Aerospace Department 
develops future Air Force officers from talented 
motivated students. The program combines chal- 
lenging academic courses, a rigorous physical 
fitness program and Leadership Laboratory. 
Through this program, our students can meet the 
challenges of tomorrow's Air Force. 

Two new members joined the staff this year. 
They were new assistant professor Major Patrick 
C. Keating and Admission Counselor Captain 



Jonathon N. Lohnaas. These new faces and the 
"old hands" provided an excellent mix of enthu- 
siasm and experience to lead the cadet corps. 

The cadet corps for the 1989-1990 academic 
year was 94 students strong. The cadets were 
very active. The corps held several functions 
honoring our veterans. In September, they 
sponsored a 24-hour Prisoner of War/Missing 
in Action freedom run. Opened to all members 
of the university and the local community, 
over 100 runners covered the two mile course 



Front (Left to Right): L. Huseman, J. Jahn, K. King, Bac 
(Left to Right): P. DeSantis, K. McArthur, D. Fletcher, 1 
Keating, J. Lohnaas. 



throughout the vigil. On Veterans Day, the 
cadets conducted a flag raising ceremony at 
the University Center flagpole. 

On the social scene, the cadets sponsored 
several activities. They conducted several piz- 
za and volleyball nights. They also held re- 
ceptions for both the freshmen and upper- 
classmen parents weekend. In the best 
military tradition, the corps' dining-out was 
the social event of the year. 

The department's program is very demand- 
ing. The cadets' hard work make the program 
a success. 



Art And Architecturi 



The Department of Art and Architecture was 
diminished by the departure of Nicholas Adams 
who left for Vassar and strengthened by the 
arrival of Tom Peters who is also director of the 
Center for High Rise Habitat. Richard Redd was 
on leave lecturing and exhibiting in China. Visit- 
ing professors were Christine Ussler-TrumbuU in 
Architecture, Dr. Janet Smith in Art History and 
Berrisford Boothe in Art Studio. We also note the 
retirement of Mary Ellen Orben as department 
administrator who was the recipient of the Zir- 
kel Award in 1989 going to an outstanding mem- 
ber of the staff. 




Seated (Left to Right): R. Viera, C. Ussler-Trumbull, J. Smith, 0. Jacoby, L. Gans, R. Mayl<ut. Standing (Left to Right): T. 
Peters, B. Boothe, I. Zaknic, C. Norton, D. Cackovic. 



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ARTS & SCIENCE 



ililitary Science (R.O.T.C.) 




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ket(; Front Row (L to R): MA.I Elary Gromoff, Julia Locasio. LTC Thomas Frankenfield, Hope Vasilas, SGM 
eph Kdwards; Missing: CPT Charles Ziegler, Linda Haviland 



Providing high quality officers to lead the 
soldiers of the United States is the mission of 
the Army ROTC. Army ROTC at Lehigh since 
September 1919 when Lehigh University was 
one of the first universities in the country to 
establish a ROTC unit on campus. The pro- 
gram has continued uninterrupted through to 
the present. This year Lehigh Army ROTC 
commissioned 26 new second lieutenants to 
maintain this proud tradition. The Lehigh 
ROTC program draws students from other col- 
leges in the the Lehigh Valley and had an 
ep'-ollment of 140 cadets this past year. 

The training is designed to be both enjoy- 
able and challenging and to develop leader- 
ship and managerial skills in the cadets. The 
instruction familiarizes cadets with the cus- 
toms, traditions and history of the Army, and 
teaches them the basic skills that they will 
need to know as officers in the Army. The 
weekly leadership laboratories and weekend 
field training exercises five cadets the chance 
to do "hands on" training and apply and prac- 
tice the concepts that they learn in the class- 



room. During the summer between their junior 
and senior years, cadets attend Advanced Camp 
at Fort Bragg, North Carolina along with cadets 
from other colleges and universities on the East 
Coast. During the six weeks of intensive and 
very physical training, the cadets are placed in 
various leadership positions and evaluated on 
their effectiveness as leaders, and their ability 
to accomplish the assigned mission. When they 
return from .Advance Camp for their senior year 
they are prepared to assume their role as leaders 
of the cadet battalion. 

However, Army ROTC is not all hard work and 
field and classroom instruction. Social events 
like the .Military Ball in the spring and the Bat- 
talion Dining-In in the fall and the Freshmen 
Parents Reception provide the opportunity for 
cadets to have fun, share experiences and build 
long-lasting friendships while leaining about the 
social aspects of the military. The cadets also 
organize and conduct Operation Santa Glaus in 
December to help brighten the holidays for the 
underprivileged children of the area. 

So the four years of Army ROTC have sped 



quickly by and hopefully all the training and 
hard work have paid off to make the ROTC class 
of 1990 better leaders and prepared them better 
for their future careers as officers in the .\rmy. 
The Department of Military Science will remem- 
ber the Army ROTC Class of 1990 as a hard 
working and dedicated group who set and at- 
tained high standards and who contributed im- 
mensely to making the Lehigh ROTC program 
better and to passing their knowledge and exper- 
tise along to the underclasses. Best wishes for a 
bright and prosperous future! 




Athletics 



First Row: Connie Harvey. Carol Sat)0, Roseann Zweifel, Lisa 
Baker, Karen Adams. Jackie Keeley. Jill Johnson. Jane Joseph- 
son: Second Row: Hank Small, Skip Schultz. Kerry Loughman, 
Craig Anderson, Chris Marshall, Greg Schuize, Peter Guinta; 
Third Row: Mike Rockovich, John McCloskey: Fourth Row: Joe 
Sterrett, Ron Ticho. Jim Hefferman, Steve .Miller. Kirk .Meidel- 
berg, Tom Hutchinson. Dave Steckel: Missing: Dave Duke. Al 
Keglovit.s, John Covert, Bill Donahue, Kevin Higgins, Greg Gigan- 
tino. Fred .Mariani, Jocelyn Beck. Patty O'Donnell Smith. Tammy 
Dannet, .Mike Krause, Jack Foley, Mike Ludwikowski, .Michelle 
Pettit, Bob Reis 



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Biology 




Front (Left to Right): C. Williamson, P. Samollow, B^ Hargraves, S. Krawiec. Back (Left to Right): J. Sands, B. Bean, S. Herman, 
M. Kuchla, M. Itzkowitz, V. Ware. 



Lots of exciting things are happening in the 
Department of Biology. 

For example: 

*In May, 1989, Lehigh was notified by the 
Howard Hughes Medical Institute that we have 
been awarded $1,000,000 for a 5-year program to 
enhance undergraduate education in the biologi- 
cal sciences. 

*The ecology program in the department was 
awarded a $300,000 grant from the Andrew Mel- 
lon Foundation for research on the aquatic biolo- 
gy of lake ecosystems in the Pocono Mountains. 



'Several new large research grants in genetics 
were awarded, including one grant from the U.S. 
Department of Energy for the study of bacterial 
genes that could potentially be involved in clean- 
ing coal biologically and another grant from the 
National Institute of Health on x-chromosome 
inactivation during mammalian development. 

'A large-scale revamping of the undergradu- 
ate biology curriculum was introduced. The "old" 
introductory courses Biol. 21 and 28 were 
dropped, and a new set of three core courses 
became the foundation for all the major pro- 




I 



grams available in the department. 

The new core courses are: 

Environmental and Organismic Biology 

Cell and Molecular Biology 

Genetics 

New 1 -credit labs to accompany these three 
core courses will be introduced in 1990. 

*Our graduate continue to do well. Many alum- 
nae from the department are now practicing 
physicians in a wide range of specialities. Many 
others have obtained Ph.D.s and now have posi- 
tions as professors and research directors. For 
example, you will find a Lehigh biology grad at 
the following places: 

-on the faculty in Virology at Harvard 

-directing a lab at the Center for Disease Con- 
trol 

-running a research program on yeast genetics; 
at the Cold Spring harbor laboratory on Long 
Island 

There are many other examples. Lehigh Biolo- 
gy is fully engaged in helping educate life sci- 
ence professionals for helping us face the biologi- 
cal and global challenges of the next century. 




i 
Classics 



Front Row (left to right): E. de Angeli, B. 

Pavlock, J. Williams. Back Row (L to R): R. 

Phillips, D. Small. Backdrop: Homer, the father 

of Western literature. 



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hemistry 



l.ont (Left to Right): D. Zeroka, J. Alha- 
;ff, S. Regen, K Klier, J Roberts. Back 
.eft to Right): I.. Klebanoff, J. Stuurm, 
. Smyth, K, Lovejoy. 




During the past yeaf Professor Jnhti W. Lar- 
n was named Chairman of the Department of 
lemistry. Joining the faculty was professor 
regory Ferguson whose interests broadly span 
nthetic inorganic, ploymer and materials 
lemistry. Professors Thomas E. Young and Hen- 
■ Leidheiser, Jr., who served on Lehigh's facul- 

since 1958 and 1968, respectively, became pro- 
ssors emeriti. Professor Michael J. Behe was 
1 leave to collaborate in protein structure at 
ilton Hershey Medical School. 

L'pperclasspersons may recall the large peri- 
lie table with elemental symbols laboriously 
ttered in Old P'nglish on the wall in Neville I. 
lat table has been "u[)dated" to a more nearly 
mventional form, but more than one student 
)ted that the "e" was missing from the symbol 
r Cerium. Professors Klier and Foster lectured 

Chem 21 with students at times taking data 
ve' during class demonstrations which con- 
rmed on the spot certain textbook values of key 
■operties. 



Move of several biochemistry faculty from the 
Mudd Building to the Mountaintop Campus has 
produced the best of both worlds. Unavoidably 
added to the time budgets of Professors Alha- 
deff, Behe, Lowe-Krentz and Schray are shuttle 
trips to meet classes and to confer with students 
thereafter. The basic biochemistry laboratory 
courses are now given in Mountaintop laborato- 
ries: students also shuttle but can be near special 
facilities. 

The Keck Computer Laboratory set up in the 
previous year by Professor Kraihanzel was ever 
more heavily used by undergraduates, graduate 
students and faculty. Professor Lovejoy regular- 
ly held workshop sessions in Chem 'M\. Chemical 
Engineering juniors were camped out in the Keck 
Lab much of the time with double-barreled as- 
signments from Professor Simmons in Chem 189 
and from Professors Roberts, Sturm and Zeroka 
in Chem 192. The several PCs are now intercon- 
nected by an ethernet LAN to augment the lab's 
scope. 



Some tw^enty-two juniors (mostly) from eigh- 
teen different institutions spent the summer of 
1989 participating in research projects and also 
attended a "Frontiers in Chemistry" seminar se- 
ries. All branches of the University and the local 
community were invited to programs highlight- 
ing the importance of chemistry in society as 
part of National Chemistry Week. 

Instrumentation added to the Department's 
facilities spanned both instruction and research 
capabilities. In one moderately-fast reaction ki- 
netics e.xperiment a recent data acquisition and 
digestion system replaced the older process of 
measuring oscilloscope traces. New instrumenta- 
tion for biochemistry majors includes a Beckman 
refrigerated table-top centrifuge as a core facili- 
ty. A major surface science electron spectrome- 
ter (ESCA) instrument was delivered during the 
year. It is the most sensitive in the world with 
regard to both energy and spatial resolution. 



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English 




Front (Left to Right): E. linger, E. Lotto, E. Fifer. Back (Left to Right): A. Bross, F. Hool<, R. Harson, J. Fergus, W. Smith, J. Vicl<rey. 



Geology 



Welcome to the REAL Stones Tour. 
Now playing in Williams Hall 
On Lead: Bobb Carson 

The Band: Ed Evenson, Paul B. Meyers, Charlie 
Sclar, Dale Simpson, Ken Kodama, Dave Anasta- 
sio, Carl Moses and Peter Zeitler. 

Backup Vocals: Laurie and Nancy 

Stage Crew: Julie Azar, Paul Benoit, Pat Burk- 

hart, Libby Erikson, Jim Holl, Jim Kenny, 

Andres Meglioli, Mat Podnazinski, Wei Sun, Yong 

Sun, Doug Stalnman, Jeff Strasser and John Vo- 

geley. 

Technical Staff: Jack Rentschler and George 
Yasko 

Special thanks to the opening act: 

Bear & Buck 
—and of course all the loyal fans! 




(Left to Right): C. Sclar, D. Simpson, B. Carson, E. Evenson, K. Koslarna, P. Zeitler, P. Myers, C. Moses. 



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Jovernment 




(Left tij KiKht); A. Wurth, F. Colon, E. Morgan, H. Stewart- 
Gambino 



History 




Seated (Left to Right): L Duffy. J, Dowling. E. Daniels. Second 
Row (Left to Right): V. NIBromiel. S. DeLong, W. Shade. J. Smith. 
R. Simon. Bacl< (Left to Right): L. Rodriguez, S. Cutcliffe, .M. 
Baylor, M. Jansen, S. Goldman, G. Ellis, J. Ellis. 



Academics 85 



I 



International Relations 




The department assists students who wish tc 
study abroad. There are established programs ii 
London, Paris, Geneva and Vienna. 

An exciting feature is the Cohen Internationa' 
Lecture Series which brings distinguished speal<; 
ers to the campus each year. Previous speal<en 
have included former National Security Advison 
Zbigniev Brzezinski and former Secretary of De, 
tense Robert S. McNamara. 

Professor Rajan Menon, who is on a two-yeai 
leave of absence, completed his first year as i| 
fellow at the grant awarded by The New Yorlj 
Council on Foreign Relations, working with Con: 
gressman Steven Solarz in Washington. 

Professor Bruce E. Moon has been awardec 
the Class of 1961 Professorship, which recog 
nizes the teaching and scholarly activities of i 
newly-promoted associate professor. 



Front (Left to Right): R. Wylie, H. Barkey, B. Moon. Bac 
(Left to Right): 0. Smolansky, M. Bernal, C. Joynt, Z. Slouk: 
E. Rekhess. 




Joumalisir 



Front (Left to Right): S. Friedman, C. Gorney. Back (Left l 
Right): F. Huttiin, D. Wills, W. Trimhle, C. Barnum. 






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ARTS & SCIENCE 



Mathematics 



Front (left to RiKht): K. Pitcher. D. Johnson, ,1. Yokich, K. 
Ghosh, (i. Stengle, A. Snyder, A, Wilansky, B, Dodson, C. 
Queen. Back (Left to Rinht): T, Hailperin. j. Kinn. B. Eisen- 
berg, J. Wood, ('. Hsiung, G. .McCluskey. 




The Common Denominator Mathematics Club, 
for undergraduate student.s interested in Mathe- 
matics and Statistics, has been active this year. 
The members, along with their advisor, Profes- 
sor Gregory McAllister, sponsored a lecture by 
Professor Jerry King titled "The Magical .^rt of 
.Mathematics." The club also arranged for Pro- 
fessor Albert Wilansky to speak on "How to Pass 
Exams Without Actually Cheating." The club 
will also participate in .Moravian College's math- 
ematics Symposium. The club brought several 
speakers from government agencies and industry 
to the University to address interested students 
about career opportunities. The Common Denom- 
inator has also been instrumental in recruiting 
new Mathematics and Statistics majors by par- 
ticipating in the ".Majors Fair" at Lehigh. They 
also hosted numerous departmental social 
events. 

David Sanchez, Lehigh's provost an'' a mem- 
ber of the .Mathematics Department, has 'en a 
leave to head the Mathematical and Ph> '1 
Sciences Directorate at the National Science 
Foundation in Washington, D.C. Dr. Sanchez 
joined Lehigh in 1986. 

Donald Davis was on leave for the fall semes- 
ter at the .Mathematics Science Research Insti- 
tute in Berkeley. Lee Stanley also attended the 
MSRI during the fall semester. While at MSRI. 
Professors Davis and Stanley survived the 1989 
earthquake. Don was awarded the Joseph Libsch 



award for research in 1989. Professor Davis also 
presented a Fractal Art Mathematics Exhibit. 
The exhibit consisted of original photographs of 
computer-generated images of mathematical sets 
that have the "fractal" property, in which small 
portions mirror the whole. 

Each year the Mathematics Department hosts 
a prominent mathematician to speak at the Ev- 
erett Pitcher Lecture Series. This series honors 
Everett Pitcher, a Distinguished Professor Emer- 
itus and also former Mathematics Department 
chairman. This year's speaker was Professor Ste- 
phen Smale from the University of California at 
Berkeley. 

Professor Susan Szczepanski has been promot- 
ed to Associate Professor with tenure at Lehigh. 
Susan will be a recipient of NSF funding to 
pursue research in singularity theory. Several 
other members of the .Mathematics Department 
currently hold research grants from the National 
Science Foundation and other sources. 

In December of 1989 the "Midatlantic Logic 
Seminar" will be meeting at Lehigh. This semi- 
nar is funing by NSF and run by Professor Lee 
Stanley. Professor Donald Davis also conducted a 
Geometry and Topology Festival sponsored by 
the Journal of Differential Geometry and Le- 
high. 

Professor George .McCluskey. the sole member 
of the Division of Astronomy, has kept busy this 
year. He gave a public lecture on Voyager II and 



a televised interview on Voyager II. He also holds 
a National .Aeronautics and Space .Administra- 
tion grant to study Binary Beta Lyrae. 

During the 1989-90 academic year, the Mathe- 
matics Department is experimenting with the 
College of Engineering in video lectures. The 
Linear .Methods lectures of Jay Wood, a visiting 
professor from Bowdoin College in .Maine, are 
being transmitted via two-way television to stu- 
dents at York College. This process allows stu- 
dents viewing the lecture to be active class par- 
ticipants asking questions or taking part in 
discussions. 

New in the Mathematics Department this year 
is the C.C. Hsiung Fund for the Advancement of 
Mathematics. Professor Hsiung is a Professor 
Emeritus and also the founding editor of the 
Journal of Differential Geometry which is 
housed at Lehigh University. 

The graduate program in the Department was 
honored in 1989 by an extremely successful cele- 
bration of the .iOth anniversary of the awarding 
of the first Lehigh Ph.D. in mathematics. The 
first mathematics Ph.D., Professor Edward Ken- 
nedy of Princeton, N.J., spoke at the event, and 
more than one-third of our 129 Ph.D.s, returned 
to participate. The graduate students currently 
in the department have initiated their own collo- 
quium series. 



Academics P. 87 



Modem Foreign Languages 




Back: Alexander Waldenrath, Antonio Prieto, Peter Musolf, Lenora Wolfgang Front: Mary Nicholas, David W. Lewis, Marie-Sophie Armstrong, Connie Cook Missing: Marie- 
Helene Chabut, Harriet Parmet 



The Department of Modein Foreign Lan- 
guages has had a banner year. 

We are in the first year of a grant from the 
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) 
to improve and promote Russian and Chinese 
courses, and we have signed a contract with the 
Hoki<aido Foundation to begin offering Japanese 
courses this fall. 

The new language requirement has kept us 
very busy, and students are beginning to realize 
that foreign language skills are essential in an 
era of globalization. We have seen a tremendous 
increase in enrollment with many more majors 
and minors, particularly in French and Spanish. 

We have acquired two new faculty members 
in the department in Chinese, Assistant Profes- 
sor Connie Cook, and in Russian, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Russian Mary Nicholas will assist in 
expanding overseas studies to include a summer 
stay in the Soviet Union. New course offerings 
will cover Russian literature from the Middle 
Ages to the modern period. 

Assistant Professor of French Marie-Sophie 



Armstrong received a grant to write an article 
about Camus in the summer of 1989. She also 
presented a paper at the University of New 
Hampshire on Zola and on Camus in Toronto. She 
also attended a conference in Colorado and on 
Computer Aided Language Instruction. 

Assistant Professor Antonio Prieto (Spanish) 
read two papers dealing with Cuban exile litera- 
ture and published an interview with the Ar'gen- 
tine novelist Jose Bianco. He is active on the 
Latin American Studies Committee and is orga- 
nizing a Latin Amer'ican film series. 

Assistant Professor Peter Musolf was a Visit- 
ing Fellow at Cornell in the summer of 1989, 
studying at the invitation of the German Ex- 
change Service. 

Visiting Assistant Professor of French Marie- 
Helene Chabut is a specialist in Eighteenth-Cen- 
tury French literature. She has had an article 
accepted for publication recently in Diderot. 

Adjunct lecturer of Hebrew Harriet Parmet is 
on the Academic Advisor-y Board of Jewish Stud- 
ies of the Hillel Board. She teaches a Fr-eshman 



Seminar on the Israeli Short Story and a course| 
on the Cultural Mosaic of Israel. 

Professor of French Lenora D. Wolfgang is the 
first regional delegate to the Modern Language 
Association of America (MLA) to be elected from 
Lehigh. She has a book being published by the 
American Philosophical Society and gave a paper 
at their annual meeting in April. 



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ARTS & SCIENCE 



Music 




(Left lo Highl); S. Samclz, N. Sine, P. Salerno, J. Bidlack, C. 
Teske. 



Philosophy 



Philosophy continues to flourish at Lehij^h 
among faculty and undergraduates alike. The 
annual Reading I'arty was again held in a lovely 
old Connecticut countiy house. .About a dozen 
students and several faculty e.xamined some re- 
cent thoughts about art under the guidance of 
Hugh Silverman, a former Lehigh student (B.A. 
in French, M..\. in philosophy) who is now a 
professor of philosophy at SINV, Stony Brook. 
The Philo.sophy Club continued meeting weekly 
to discuss topics from free will to fashion. 

Our Selfridge Lecturer, .Allison Jaggar, ex- 
plored the role of emntion in the construction of 
knowledge and spoke on the Good, the True, and 
the Politically Correct. 

The faculty revised the curriculum for intro- 
ductory courses to provide for discussion groups 
of no more than twenty-five students, beginning 
in the fall of 1990. These will be led by full-time 
faculty members, and perhaps an adjunct or two. 

Jesse Hobbs (philosophy of science and philos- 
ophy of religion) and Gregory Schalliol (ancient 
ind modern philosophy) substituted for .John 
Hare, who was on leave for the year. 

And graduates in business and engineering 
lave been coming back to tell us how much their 
)hilosophy courses continue to mean to them. 
They seem to agree with Socrates, who says, 
I 'The unexamined life is not worth living." 




Front (Left to Right): J. Hobbs, S. Goldman, R. Dillon. Back 
(Left to Right): G. Beam, R. Barnes, \. .Melchert. G. Shalliol. 
K. Lindgren. 



Academics 89 



■4 



Physics 




Front (Left to Right): D. Hong, J. McLennon, G. Barse, S. 

Rodin, G. Watkins, Y. Kim. Back (Left to Right): W. B. 

Fowler, J. Toulouse, W. Smith, M. Malcuit, R. Falk, F. 
Shaffer, J. Licini, A. Streater, B. Benson, G. DeLeo. 



Physics is the search for the fundamental 
principles which allow us to think about the 
world of matter, energy and their interaction in 
a clear and simple manner. It is the foundation 
for the understanding of all natural phenomena. 
Education in physics enables the student to ap- 
preciate and understand the scientific achieve- 
ments of the recent past and to actively partici- 
pate in current research. Such training also 
equips the student to apply physical laws and 
experimental techniques to a wide range of ap- 
plications. 



Lehigh offers four undergraduate and two 
graduate degrees in physics: the B.A. and B.S. in 
physics in the College of Arts and Science; the 
B.S. in engineering physics and a five year, two 
B.S. in electrical engineering— engineering phys- 
ics in the College of Engineering and Applied 
Science; and the M.S. and Ph.D. in physics. 

The physics department currently has 21 full- 
time faculty, 2 postdoctoral research scientists, 
52 full-time graduate students, and 26 declared 
undergraduate majors in the two colleges. Nor- 



mally 60% of the graduating seniors proceed di; 
rectly to graduate study in physics. A few contin 
ue their studies in areas outside physics such a;! 
engineering, law and medicine. Students wh( 
seek employment with a bachelor's degree wil 
often be employed in an R & D section of a larg(| 
company. | 

The physics faculty is committed to providinfj 
outstanding undergraduate and graduate pro 
grams, and our graduates have been very sue 
cessful. 



Social Relations 




f> ^ 




M^- 



Seated (left-right): J. Gatewood, P. Kozero, B. Frankel, JO 
Specht, N. Tannenbaum, J, Spadl, B. Rosenwein Standini 
(left-right): Raphael, J. Mcintosh R. Herrenkohl, J. Snoweli 



Greetings from our quaint outpost— Price 
Hall. It is from this well-appointed, luxurious 
structure that the faculty, staff and students ol 
the Department of Social Relations venture forth 
seeking the truth about social behavior. Oui 
computer lab hums, the word-processing room 
chatters, the coffee lounge bubbles and joini 
rocks, particularly in a high wind. The adminis 
tration once againg drafted one of our very owr 
to be a dean; Dean Gatewood joins Deans Laskei 
and Frankel who have served beyond the call ol 
duty. The rest of us remain ever vigilant on ouri 
own various watches. New faculty. Professors 
Spade and Tannenbaum have contributed dash 
and elan to our usual espirit de corps. Professoi 
Campbell continues to enlist co-teachers in all oi 
his seminars while Professors Rosenwein anc 
Herrenkohl continue converting the great un 
washed to social psychology. Professor Mclntosf 
completing his ninth and last year as chairper 
son soon will be found grazing in the lea sur 
rounding "Our Home at Lehigh!" 



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ARTS & SCIENCE 



Psychology 




Front (Left to Right): K. Wurf. S. Barrett, N. Simon, G. 
Shortess. Back (Left to Right): R. Phillips, M. Richter, D. 
Hyland, B. Newman, B. Malt, L. Williams. 



Lehigh's I'syihology Department, which has 
the greatest number of majors and miniirs in the 
Arts and Science College, also has one of the 
fastest growing graduate programs in the Col- 
lege. P^leven dedicated faculty keep at the lead- 
ing edge of their particular fields by conducting 
research, and presenting their work at major 
scientific conferences. A broad range of courses 
is offered in basic psychology as well as in the 
areas of biopsychology, cognition and learning, 
developmental, personality, experimental and 
abnormal psychology. Located in historical 



Chandler-Ullman Hall, we have ample space and 
state-of-the-art facilities for upperclass under- 
graduate students to acquire valuable firsthand 
experience in the Child Development Laborato- 
ry, the Cognitive Laboratory, the Biopsychology 
Kesearch Facility, and the Phobia Research Pro- 
gram, etc. .Mso offered is a departmental honors 
program in which seniors can work (m projects to 
allow in-depth psycholcjgical study beyond that 
permitted by normal coursework. 

The BA in psychology provides preparation for 
a variety of different fields. In addition to serv- 



ing as a preparational degree for further study 
in psychology, our program prepares graduates 
to go on to graduate studies in social work or 
special education, for example, or to medical, 
dental or law school. The minor in psychology is 
often used in conjunction with degrees in mar- 
keting, international relations and other fields. 
In summary, the Psychology Department faculty 
is committed to helping students achieve their 
full potential. 



m^m 



l^iiiini 




Religion 



(Left to Right): N. Girardot, L. Silberstein, C. Welssler, M. 
Paposa. 



Academics P. 91 



Science, Technology And Society 



t 



Front (Left to Right): K. Frieze, M. Carlin. Bacl< (Left to 
Right): S. Goldman, S. Cutcliffe. 




The Science, Technology and Society Program, 
which was originally established at Lehigh in 
1972, is the product of a continuing intercollege 
effort to create a common ground from which to 
explore the relations between science, technol- 
ogy and society; between ideas, machines and 
values. The STS Program serves as a focal point 
for a wide range of courses that study the na- 
tures of science and of technology, and analyze 
their social and personal implications. It lends 
coherence and visibility to offerings otherwise 
dispersed throughout the catalog. 

For many years the STS Program has offered 
a minor for students interested in complement- 
ing their more traditional disciplinary major 
with studies in some interdisciplinary aspect of 



the relationships between science, technology 
and society. Whether it was engineering students 
desirous of learning more about the social con- 
text within which they would be doing their 
work, liberal arts students interested in knowing 
about the technical background of political is- 
sues they might ultimately have to vote on some 
day, or business students anxious to understand 
more fully the value content of technical deci- 
sion-making processes in the managerial world, 
STS has offered an opportunity to study these 
questions along with many more topical issues of 
the day. Then two years ago, the Program also 
made available for students a new interdisciplin- 
ary major in STS Studies, and this year Kenneth 
Frieze will graduate as the first Lehigh STS 



major. He is also double majoring in Economics. 
The STS Program sponsors numerous public 
lectures, coUoquia, and seminars throughout the 
course of the academic year. This year STS has 
co-sponsored semester-long weekly seminars 
with the Philosophy and History Departments on 
philosophy and history of technology respective- 
ly. The dynamics of interdepartmental and inter- 
collegiate interaction for both faculty and stu- 
dents alike make for both a stimulating 
intellectual experience, but also provide a more 
realistic preparation for students entering intc 
their professional adult careers where life is not 
arranged simply by academic disciplines. 



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ARTS & SCIENCE 



Theatre 



The 1989-90 academic year was a busy and 
creative one for Lehigh's newest department, 
which rephiced the division of speech and the- 
atre in July of 1988. 

Interest in theatre is growing throughout Le- 
high. With the help of adjunct assistant profes- 
sors Daina Kohins and .Andi'ea Koney, we ex- 
panded our Introduction to .Acting course from 
three sections to five— and tui'ned away enough 
students to fill three more! Enrollment in Jeffrey 
Milet's design and technical classes also enjoyed 
an unprecedented boom. In all, moie than oOd 
students from all three undergraduate colleges 
took a theatre class this year. We graduated four 
theatre majors and ten theatre minors from all 
over the University. 

Besides the extensive practical experience it 
offers our students, our production program is 
becoming a valuable educational resource for 
other departments as well. Classes from the de- 
partments of modei'n foreign languages, philoso- 
phy and English, among others, used our produc- 
tions as the basis of class assignments and 
discussions. 

Our 1989-90 Lehigh University Theatre season 
opened with assistant professor Pam Pepper's 
stunning production of LIFE IS .A DRE.AM. Visit- 
ing assistant professor .Annamaria Pileggi and 
her students in Theatre 185, Production Seminar, 
worked as an ensemble to produce .AUNT DAN 
AND LEMON in December. The spring semester 
began with .Augustine Ripa's livelv production of 
THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE. The season 
closed with AGNES OF GOD, directed by Bryan 
McVeigh '90. Students in the advanced directing 
class presented their year-end one-act plays at 
the Lab Theatre in Coppee Hall. 




(Left to Right): N. Verbonitz, D. Robins, A. Blatt, A. Pileggi, B. Candlish, A. Ripa, J. Milet. 

Sold-out performances at Wilbur were com- 
mon as attendance was over 95°o of capacity for 
the season. Each production was entered in the 
American College Theatre Festival (ACTF), with 
a number of our students traveling to the Re- 
gional Festival at Penn State in January to par- 
ticipate in the Irene Ryan Acting Competition. 
Chairman Augustine Ripa and assistant profes- 
sor Pam Pepper visited other schools throughout 
the year to adjudicate their productions for 
ACTF. 




Urban Studies 



Front (left-right): I. Zaknic, C. L'ssler-Trumbuil, J. Smith 
Back (left-right): F. Colon, D. Amidon, R. Simon 



Academics P. 93 



College Of 
Business 



And 



Economics 




Richard W. Barsness 
Dean 



■ii^0jt 



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i 




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,-.N^^^' 



Joseph P. Klein 
Assistant Dean 



94 



BUSINESS 




Academics 95 



Accounting 




(Left to Right); F. Luh, R. Mius, P. Gupta, J. Kercsmar, J. 
Paul, J. Hall, D. Bainbridge, M. Ray, K. Sinclair, R. Lawrance. 



The Department of Accounting enjoyed a rep- 
utation as one of the strongest and largest pro- 
grams for undergraduate majors on the campus. 
Approximately 100 students graduated with 60",, 
or more entering public accounting. Accounting 
Alumni rose to the highest ranl<s within their 
chosen professions. Among the larger public ac- 
counting firms, Lehigh alums were partners in 



each of the well-l<nown firms. 

These alumni were also generous when it 
came to sharing their success with Lehigh. A 
trip through Drown Hall could find study 
lounges, classrooms and microcomputer lab- 
oratories furnished by graduates of the 
department. 

Also worth mentioning was the recent na- 
tional accreditation attained for the under- 
graduate program in accounting. The curricu- 
lum leading to a major in accounting was one 
of 60 nationally accredited programs. The ac- 
creditation process of the American Assembly 
of Collegiate Schools of Business was a rigor- 
ous examination of faculty, course content, 
students and resources which added addition- 
al luster to a program with a long history of 
success. 



Front (Left to Right): P. Sisneros, R, Kish, D. Leahigh, C. 
Bidleman. Back (Left to Right): S. Buell, S. Thode, G. Vascon- 
ellos. 



The field of finance is concerned with the 
transfer of funds from savers to users and the 
allocation of funds within an enterprise among 
competing demands for the funds. Attention is 
also focused on the institutions and instruments 
necessary to facilitate this transfer of funds. 
Hence, the Department of Finance offers courses 
and undertakes research in the areas of Business 
Finance, Investments, Security Analysis, Portfo- 
lio Management, Financial Flows and Markets, 
Bank Management, Financial Futures and Op- 
tions and International Financial Management. 
In this way it has been able to prepare students 
for attractive careers in the finance function of 
intermediaries such as investment banking, fi- 
nancial analysis, institutional investors and na- 
tional and international capital markets. 



Financ 



i 

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96 



BUSINESS 



Economics 




ront (Left tn Right): J, Aiunsdn, J. Dearden, J. Innes, E. 
chwartz. Tup (l.ffi tn Rinht): H. Thrnnton, \, Halabkins, 
Gunter, R. Madamhi, ('. Callahan, A. Kinj;. 



Joining the economics faculty this year 
ere Professors James Deaidon and Judith 
IcDonald. Professor neardon fi)rmciiy 
lught at American Iniversity and Prof. Mi - 
'onald is on leave from SUNV (Ringhamton). 

The interest shown in the economics major 
t Lehigh remains high, with approximately 
20 students in the College of Business and 
conomics and the College of Arts and Sci- 
nce electing the major. The Economics Soci- 
ty is growing. Under the direction or Profes- 
)r Colleen Callahan, the club provides an 
aportunity for students and economics facul- 

to meet informally on a regular basis and 
iscuss current economic issues or aspects of 
le curriculum. It is also designed to provide 
)r improved channels or communication con- 
'rning job opportunities for economics ma- 
rs. Student officers are Michael Mott, Karen 
eane. Ken Frieze. Mike Loughran, Laura 

ills and Pat McDonough. 



The past year also saw new inductees into 
Omicron Delta Epsilon, the National Economics 
honor society. The students selected for E 
were Elizabeth Lawrence, William F. Rowley, 
Kenneth Holdsman, Susan M. Armento, Robert 
K. Varano, Karen B. Fischer, Lawrence R. Fink, 
James S. Batti, Tracey L. Rice, Allison \V. Mack, 
Sanford J. Hodes, David E. Andrews, Julie A. 
Shapiro and .Margaret Taulane. Professors Larry 
Taylor, Tony O'Brien and Allen Moran serve as 
advisors for the group. 

The Economics Colloquium Series continued to 
bring in economists from around the world to 
speak to faculty and students on various topics. 
This year, the Colloquium Series presented talks 
by Dr. Andrew Jones, University of York (En- 
gland): Dr. Daniel Raff. Harvard Business 
School; Dr. Frank Diebold, University of Pennsyl- 
vania: Dr. Ken French, University of Chicago; 
and Dr. John Abowd, Cornell University. 



Academics 97 



Law And Business 




The faculty of the Department of Law and) 
Business consists of Ifeanyi Achebe, who special- 
izes in commercial law, law and international 
business; Brain Brockway, who specializes in 
commercial and tax law; George Nation, whoi 
specializes in corporate and commercial law; andj 
Perry Zirkel who specializes in labor and educa- 
tion law. Brockway and Zirkel are senior faculty, 
both of whom are at the distinguished level of 
"university professor." Achebe and Nation are! 
assistant professors, who add breadth and! 
growth to the teaching, research and service 
activities of the department. 

The department provides a range of courses 
from the popular university-wide offering in In 
troduction to law to advanced graduate-level 
courses in Commercial Law. 

In the research area, the faculty continue tc 
increase their production of publications in na 
tional journals. 



(Left to Right): B. Brockway, I. Achebe. 



Marketing 



Front (Left to Right): R. Horton, J. .Maskulka, Back 
(Left to Right): T. Maskulka, B. Smackey, J. Hansz. 




98 



i 



BUSINESS 



Management 




From (Left to Kight): B. LiII, S. Shercr, J. Stevens, J. Hobbs, 
[Back (Left III Right); A. Bird, J. Bonge, P. Poole, T. Schlie, .M. 
Kolchin, A. Bean. 

For the first time in several years, the Depart- 
ment of Management i.s staffed at its authorized 
level with a complement of ten full-time faculty. 
ALDEN BE.^N, Kenan professor of management 
and technology, completed his seventh year as 
director of the Center for Innovation and Man- 
agement Studies, a unique industry/university 
cooperative research center for the study of the 
relationships between technological innovation, 
management decision-making, industrial growth 
and productivity. In addition, Bean serves as 
program director of the nationally distinctive 
satellite-delivered master's degree program in 
management of technology, an academic pro- 
gram offered by the National Technological I'ni- 
tersity based in Fort Collins, Colorado and deli\ ■ 
?red via satellite to graduate students around 
he nation. Closely associated with this NTU 
urogram is TED SCHLIE, newly arrived associate 
Dfofessor of management and technology from 
he Illinois Institute of Technology, who serves 
IS director of the program's field projects. Prof. 
3EN LITT also works with NTL' along with being 
ieeply involved as a behavioralist and organiza- 
ion theory specialist in the Manufacturing Sys- 
em Engineering program, a graduate degree pro- 
!ram designed to provide broad-based 
mderstanding of integrated manufacturing sys- 
ems from both the engineering and manage- 
nent prospectives. 

Professor JOHN BONGE is completing his 
welfth year as director of the Small Busine.ss 
development Center, an integral part of a state- 
vide network that provides counseling to busi- 
less clients in all counties surrounding the Le- 



high Valley. Closely connected to SBDC is 
LL'MAC, the undergraduate course that for 17 
years has enabled hundreds of senior business 
majors to gain experience as management con- 
sultants to business organizations seeking assis- 
tance in specific functional areas. JOHN STE- 
VENS, associate professor, serves as associate 
director of the center together with co-jointly 
administering the Ll'MAC course. Stevens, who 
served as chairman of the department from 1980 
to 1989, also assisted as a member of the advance 
team to Poitiers, France in early 1989 to estab- 
lish the College of Business and Economics stu- 
dent-faculty exchange program between Lehigh 
and the Ecole Superierur de Commerce et d'Ad- 
ministration des Entreprises de Poitiers. Also 
working on this advance team were Dean RICH- 
ARD BARSNESS, professor of management, and 
JAMES HOBBS, Magee professor of business ad- 
ministration. Dean Barsness delivered several 
lectures at Poitiers in early 1990, followed by 
Hobbs who taught a two-week business policy /s- 
trategy module while on sabbatical during late 
Spring of 1990— in addition to completing the 
second edition of his Homophone-Homograph 
.American Dictionary and a follow -on update of 
"Corporate Staying Power," a study focusing on 
attributes that account for the successful perfor- 
mance of the most consistently profitable large 
American publicly-held corporations over the 
past ten to -'io years. 

SUSAN SHERER, assistant professor of man- 
agement, accepted membership in the presti- 
gious Society of Information Management, com- 
posed of top information executives in leading 



business and public sector enterprises and key 
academicians in the field of information technol- 
ogy and systems. In addition, Sherer presented a 
paper on assessing the risks of software failure 
to the equally prestigious 10th international con- 
ference on Information Systems in late 1989. 
MICHAEL KOLCHIN, associate professor of man- 
agement, recently attained the Certified Pur- 
chasing Manager designation along with being 
elected director and trustee of the Center for 
Advanced Purchasing Studies and receiving two 
distinguished service awards from the National 
Association of Purchasing .Management. PETER 
POOLE, newly arrived assistant professor of 
management from North Carolina, is a specialist 
in organization behavior embarked on a major 
research project analyzing the dynamics in- 
volved in transforming a particular military or- 
ganization toward a mission redefinition. And 
AL BIRD is completing his doctoral dissertation 
at the University of Houston. 

In short, various department faculty are deep- 
ly involved in projects ranging from instructing 
viageo-stationary satellite technology, managing 
complex technology and manufacturing .systems 
engineering, coordinating undergraduates in 
management consulting activities, administering 
and participating in international programs, plus 
conducting research in information systems, 
computer logic, linguistics, purchasing and mate- 
rials handling and identifying the attributes of 
success in highly profitable business enter- 
prises—projects and activities that immediately 
and eventually weave their relevance into un- 
dergraduate coursework under the direction of 
the department's faculty. 



Academics 99 



College Of 

Engineering 

And 

Applied Science 




Alan Pense 
Dean 



Curtis Clump 
Dean Emeritus 



100 



ENGINEERING 




Academics 101 



Chemical Engineering 



(Left To Right): A. Humphrey, W. Luyben, VV. Schiesser, J. 
Hsu, J. Chen, C. Silebi, H. Stenger, M. Reilly, H. Caram, C. 
Georgakis, L. Sperling. 




Departmental progress continued at a hectic- 
pace this past year. The faculty completed a long 
and complicated evaluation of the undergradu- 
ate curriculum and submitted their recommen- 
dations to the Engineering College for its approv- 
al. If all goes well, the new curriculum will be in 
place for the fall semester of 1990. Future stu- 
dents will receive basic training in the process- 
ing, properties and structure of ceramics, metals, 
polymers and electronic materials. Students with 
senior standing will then be able to select a mini- 
minor within their MS & E major and focus on 
processing, characterization, specific materials 
(e.g., metals, ceramics, polymers or electronic 
materials), or the industrial and/or research op- 
tions. 

New laboratory equipment has been added to 



the undergraduate program. Four state of the art 
bench microscopes and a new metallograph have 
been made available to our students. Our gradu- 
ate research activities continue with major de- 
velopments being made in several areas, espe- 
cially with regard to the ceramics and electron 
microscopy efforts. Funding for two new electron 
microscopes has been identified with deliveries 
due within the next 18 months. 

With the departure of the Chem. Eng. Dept. to 
the new Mountaintop campus, we have been able 
to expand our facilities and restructure lab space 
to improve oui' teaching and research capacity. 
It has also been possible to open a student lounge 
which already serves as a focal point for casual 
meetings among the faculty and students and a 
place to convene to meet with alumni, parents 



and visitors. 

The class of 1990 may represent a low point ii 
student registration for our department wha 
with three-fold increases expected for the clas.-- 
es of 1991 and 1992, respectively. The senio 
class helped greatly to spi'ead the word abou; 
the exciting career possibilities in the field o' 
materials. Our faculty continues to receiv 
awards for their outstanding contributions to th 
field. Last fall. Dean Pense, formerly Chairpei 
son of MS & E was elected fellow of ASMI. 

We will be having a big party next year wit 
the celebration of our 100th anniversary of th 
founding of the metallurgy Dept. at Lehigl 
You're invited to come back and join in with th 
festivities. 



102 



I 



ENGINEERING 



Computer Science And Electrical Engineering 




(Left to Right): L. Varnerin. D. Young. M, White, K. Barnes, 
M. Hatalis, A. Dingle, W. Li, D. Chrislodoulides, H. Barada, D. 
Frey, D. Talhelm, M. Spezialetti, M, Wagh. G. Blank, R. 
Denton, \- Larky, S. Carbesero, D. Hillman. C. Holzinger. K, 
Tzeng, K. Preiss. 



The Cnmputer Science and Electrical Engi- 
neering Department is the largest academic de- 
partment at Lehigh with about 425 undergradu- 
ates (sophomore to senior) and 211) graduate 
students, of which 85 are full time. The CSEE 
curricula within the College of Engineering and 
Applied Science are accredited in Electrical En- 
gineering, Computer Engineering and Computer 
Science. These disciplines are central to the na- 
tional effort til deal with the issues of interna- 
tional competitiveness. They range from the fun- 
damental design and theoretical aspects of 
engineering to computer and informational sys- 
tems required to manage and transform major 
production or administratively orientated enter- 
prises. 

Active faculty review of the undergrate pro- 



gram assures timely response to meet the de- 
mands of the rapid progre.ss in our disciplines. 
Equally important has been a recognition for the 
need to provide more opportunities for students 
to meet and work with faculty members in less 
formal settings. These include working with stu- 
dent organizations such as IEEE and ACM, stu- 
dents branches and an Artificial Intelligence stu- 
dent group. A faculty committee works acti\('ly 
to increase these interactiims, with, for example, 
special orientation days for sophomore and with 
more activities of a similar nature. 

Computer facilities have been expanding sig- 
nificantly by a recent AT&T award to strengthen 
our I'NIX environment thmugh a second :)B15 
superminicomputer as well as sixteen graphics 
terminals. Beyond this are departmental Intel, 



Sun, Tektronix, Valid and Hewlett packard work 
stations for both instructional and research use. 
Opportunities exist for undergraduates to partic- 
ipate in these activities. 

Research activities include extensive facilities 
and work in semiconductur devices including sili- 
con processing facilities within Fairchild Labora- 
tory, compound semiconductor materials growth, 
device characterization capabilities, broad elec- 
tronic design including both VLSI and high fre- 
quency microwave circuits, error-correction cod- 
ing theory, computer networking, parallel 
architectures, computer expert systems and arti- 
ficial intelligence. 



Academics 103 



Civil Engineering 



Front (Left to Right): T. Huang, R. Sause, I. Kugleman, B. I*' 
Yen, J. Daniels, A. Sengupta. Bacl< (Left to Right): D. Van- 
Horn, J. Wilson, C. Kostem, L. Lu, J. Egbers, J. Fisher. 




The Industrial Engineering Department is now 
settled in Mohler Laboratory at 200 West Pack- 
ard. Our newest faculty member, Laura Burke, 
arrived in September. We deeply regret the loss 
of Professors Wallace Richardson and George 
Kane. 

We have been doing a lot of planning in the 
Department, as well as in the College, with a 
view towards updating our direction for the up- 
coming years. This is particularly appropriate in 
light of the decline in enrollments, changing 
faculty and plans to strengthen out research and 
graduate programs. The present decline in engi- 
neering enrollments throughout the nation pre- 
sents a threat to our ability to meet engineering 
demands for the next decade. Here at Lehigh we 
have experienced a reduction to a certain extent 
in the number of applications for admissions this 
past year but this has not affected the quality of 
our incoming Freshman class. In Industrial Engi- 
neering we are experiencing our proportionate 
share of the problem. 

The profession continues to change through 
events, people and technology which makes it 
necessary for us to respond by making adjust- 
ments in our academic and research programs. 
Our curricula at both graduate and undergradu- 
ate levels are again being revised to include 
greater emphasis in computer integration, artifi- 
cial intelligence and quantitative methods. Our 
direction for the next five years will proceed to: 
(1) expand the base of our enrollments from the 
traditional Northeastern Region to a national 
source; (2) strengthen our graduate programs 
along with expanding the research programs; 
and (3) enhance the growth and development of 
our young faculty. 



Industrial Engineering 




Front (Left to Right): J. Adams, L. Burke, M, Thomas, R. Storer, Back (Left to 
bani, G. Wilson, G. Tonkay, D. W'u, E, Zimmers. 



Right): J, Wigintcjn, M. Groover, N. Odrey, L. PI 



104 



ENGINEERING 



Materials Science & Engineering 



Departmental progress continued at a hectic 
pace this past year. The faculty completed a long 
and complicated evalualion of the undergradu- 
ate curriculum and submitteii their recommen- 
dations to the Kngineerinf? College for its approv- 
al. If all goes well, the new curriculum will be in 
place for the fall semester of 1990. Future stu- 
dents will receive basic training in the process- 
ing, properties and structure of ceramics, metals, 
polymers and electronic materials. Students with 
senior standing will then be able to select a mini- 
minor within their MS & E major and focus on 
processing, characterization, specific materials 
(e.g., metals, ceramics, polymers or electronic 
materials), or the industrial and/or research op- 
tions. 

New laboratory equipment has been added to 
the undergraduate program. Four state of the art 
bench microscopes and a new metallograph have 
been made available to our students. Our gradu- 
ate research activities continue with major de- 
velopments being made in several areas, espe- 
cially with regard to the ceramics and electron 
microscopy efforts. Funding for two new electron 
microscopes has been identified with deliveries 
due within the next 18 months. 

With the departure of the Chem. ?:ng. Dept. to 
the new Mountaintop campus, we have been able 
to expand our facilities and restructure lab space 
to improve our teaching and research capacity. 
It has also been possible to open a student lounge 
which already serves as a focal point for casual 




Fr(int(l,fft tiiKiKht): H Chan, H Jain, Y. Chou, K HertzberK, D. Williams, M Harmer, S. Tarby. Batl<(l,i-fi trjKighl): K.Gardi- 
ner, [), Thomas. D, Smyth, P. Pense, G. Miller, C. Lyman. 



meetings among the faculty and students and a 
place to convene to meet with alumni, parents 
and visitors. 

The class of 199U may represent a low point in 
student registration for our department what 
with three-fold increases expected for the class- 
es of 1991 and 1992, respectively. The senior 
class helped greatly to spread the word about 
the exciting career possibilities in the field of 
materials. Our faculty continues to receive 
awards for their outstanding contributions to the 
field. Last fall, Dean Pense, formerly Chairper- 
son of MS & E was elected fellow of ASMl. 



We will be having a big party next year with 
the celebration of our lOOth anniversary of the 
founding of the metallurgy Dept. at Lehigh. 
You're invited to come back and join in with the 
festivities. 



1^ 



Returning from leave of absence during the 
year were Professors Harlow, who was at the 
naval Postgraduate School, in Monterey, Califor- 
nia, Professor Sih, who was on internal leave 
with considerable time spent in the Far East, 
and Professor Stephanoff at Cornell University 
in Ithaca, New York. 

Professor Delph received one of the two best 
teacher awards given by the College of Engineer- 
ing and Professor Johnson, the best ME teaching 
award given by Pi Tau Sigma, the honorary ME 
society. Professor Johnson also received the 
Ruth and .loel Spira .\ward for the outstanding 
teacher in Mechanical Engineering, professor 
Rockwell was the co-recipient of the annual El- 
eanor and Joseph Libsch .Award for outstanding 
research. 

.\n additional distinction, not academically re- 
lated but no less important, was enjoyed by Pro- 
fessor Stephanoff, who was married in Septem- 
ber, 1989. 



Mechanical Engineering 




Front (Left to Right): K. Sawyers, R. Sarubbi, K. Stephanoff, R. Lucas. Back (Left to Right): T. Terry, D. Ipdike. R. Hartranft, 
S. Neti, S. Johnson, .A. Voloshin. 



Academics 105 





106 



ACADEMICS 




Academics 107 



ACTIVITIES 




Beth DeMarte Chris Martin 




Brown 

And 

White 



TODAY 

Film: "Les Carabiniers," (1963) Jean-Li 
Concert/Lecture Series: part of David 
Ccnier, Fairchild-Marlindale Library, fr 

WEDNESDAY 

Film: "My Left Foot," 7 & 9; 15 p.m. W 
Aids Speaker: Progressive Student All 
"Aids in Society" Neville 3 - 7:30 p.m. fi 

THURSDAY 

Film: "My Left Fool," 7 & 9:15 p.m. Vv 
»ook Review: Po(XJIe Springs by Rayn- 
viewed by Prof. Jerry P. King, Dcpi. of 
lecture: 'John Updike; Just Poetry," a 
Ocpt. of English, Lehigh. 4 p.m. Bayer F 



Campus Calendar 



Sports 



The joy of tailgating. 




MlAlvil5TCM\0V]-.-rHlS ISUW^T W\S. 











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112 




Back Row: Beth Easley (Academics), Chris Martin (Activities), Adam Griff (Photography), Nancy Howard (Editor-in-Chief), Nancy Fitzgerald (Living), Susan Marra 
(Living); Middle Row: Carole Gorney (Advisor), Beth DeMarte (Activities), Teresa Bzdek (Seniors), Chris Takayama (Photography), Laura Schifflin (Business), .Jamie 
Wallace (Academics), Melissa Moore (Seniors), Lisa Silver (Sales); Front Row: Andrea Trapnell (Features), Meghan Rowe (Features) Missing: Corey Ahate (Managing 
Kditor), Ken Daub (Advertising), Jnsh Levine (Sports), Jeff Maxon (Sports), Andria Jacob (Sports), Linda Lipko (Coordinator), Pam Mongi (Secretary) 



At the end of yet another school year, once 
again another Epitome has been produced. After 
much worrying, sweating, cursing, typing and 
cropping, the members of this year's Epitome 
staff saw the completion of their individual sec- 
tions. We are as excited as everyr)ne else to see 
the final product, another yearbook deemed wor- 
thy to be placed next to all those preceding it. 

As we say goodbye to the Class of 1990, we 
also say goodbye to some very dedicated mem- 
bers of our staff. With ten of our twenty editors 
graduating, the staff will be looking for new- 
editors to fill in the gaps. We hope that the hard 
work and dedication of those leaving will contin- 
ue to be a part of the future Epitome staffs. 

The style of the Epitome encompasses 8 differ- 
ent sections including opening candids, features, 
academics, activities, sports, living, seniors, and 
advertisements. Candids are placed throughout 
the book to bring light to the many aspects of 
Lehigh life. The features section tries to capture 
the special events unique to each year. Academ- 
ics gives recognition to the various departments 
and offices throughout the campus and allows 
them to submit a blurb describing their changes 
or accomplishments from the past year. The ac- 
tivities section was designed to let the various 
clubs and organizations around the campus high- 



light their activities and recognize their mem- 
bers. 

This year' sports section provides team photos 
and small capsules on various individual players. 
The living section is divided into three smaller 
sections: on-campus living, off-campus living, 
and greek life. It allows small groups of people 
living together to purchase space in the book for 
a photo and blurb about their living experiences. 
Fraternities and sororities are also recognized 
with their composite picture, a blurb, and vari- 
ous candids. The senior section provides senior 
portraits, individual college activity information 
(mini-resume), and parent messages. 

Advertisements from campus and local groups 
are sought to help finance the book. The Epitome 
is not funded by the University and therefore 
must raise funds through book sales, photo sales, 
advertisements, and selling space to the clubs 
and living groups. 

This year's Epitome ran across as many prob- 
lems as the others did, and we complained just 
as much. We missed some deadlines and we 
misplaced a lot of photos, but we did a lot of 
work and we had a lot of fun. We hope you are as 
pleased with the 1990 Epitome as much as we 
are proud of it. 

1990 Epitome Editors 




Activities 113 




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The Epitome 




Activities 115 



aVCAIDIEMICS 




Student 

Materials 

Society 




Back (L-R): Evelyn Gebauer, Larry Rasero, Cindy Pensabene, Susan Marra, Vicki Arndt, Joseph Timpone, Kristii 
Immordino, Judy Chow, Dr. Walter Hahn (Faculty Advisor), Tom Backman; Front (L-R): Brian MacDonald, Alben 
Chang, Will Rossi, Gretchen Kiger, Carleen Laudati, Doug Ford 



Public Relations 
Student Society Of America 



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Back (L-R): Beth Albano, Julie Mancuso, Joanna Shuman, Jennifer Witney (President), Meredith Shannon; Front (L-R): Thejomani Rangaiah 
Joanna Godown, Nikki Fish, Carla Goldberg; Missing: Brian Hensel, Adam Fenton, Beth Hershman, Susan Keen, Kara Kudzma, Andrea Lauei 
Lynn Ligotti, Nerissa Nonato, Wendy Suter, Stacey Winter, Carole Gorney (Faculty Advisor) 



Geology Club 





Pictured (L-R): Bill Winkley (Treasurer), Pat Burkhart, 
Gretchen Kohler (President), Dave Kinney, Andy Coleman 
(Vice President), Merritt Lewis, Hank Jenkins Not pictured: 
Dave Anaslasio (Faculty Advisor), Bill Borneman (Secre- 
tary). Laurie Olsen, Jim Lyons, Susan Zimmerman, Jerry 
S( hncll, Mike Clugston, Chris Shade, Colleen Costello 



American Society Of Mechanical Engineers 



The ASME is very active here at Lehigh, spon- 
soring several activities each semester. Some of 
the events held are strictly social, while others 
are interesting learning experiences. Each se- 
mester we take many trips to plants, such as 
Stroh's Brewery, Bethlehem Steel, Keebler, and 
Crayola. Through ASME, speakers come to Le- 
high to give lectures on topics such as Bio-medi- 
cine, the job market and aerospace. Other activi- 
ties are held to improve student-faculty 
relations. Our main objective is to get students 
excited about their major, by exposing them to 
experts and things that are not taught in class. 




;tured (LR): Murat Ozgu, Mike .Saughton (Past Treasurer). Jeannie White (Past Secretary). William Holliday (Past 
esident), Eileen Carey (President. Past Vice-President), Scott Gerrish (Trea.surer), Christi Sychterz (Secretary), 
teodore Terry (Faculty Advisor). Tim Nolt (Vice-President) 



Activities 117 



Society Of Women Engineers 



This year, the Society of Women Engineers, an 
organization of the female engineering students 
across the country, accomplished many things. 
From sponsoring a "Tea with the Deans" to host- 
ing prospective junior and senior high school 
students to introduce them to engineering, the 
Society has promoted the woman's place in the 
engineering world at Lehigh. Overall, the year 
has been a productive one, and the hard work 
will benefit female engineering students during 
their time at Lehigh. 

This year's officers included: President, Erin 
Cummings; Co-vice President, Amy Cohen; Co- 
vice President Sandy Stelling; Treasurer, Evelyn 
Gebauer; Co-secretary, Holly Strey; Co-secretary, 
Maureen Wimmer; Career Day Chair, Linda Eick- 
emeyer; Outreach Chair, Laura Gaffoglio; Out- 
reach Chair, Vicki Ardnt 




French Club 





Tau Beta Pi 




This year marks Tau Beta Pi's 104th anniver- 
sary at Lehigh University. Tau Beta Pi, the na- 
tional engineering honor society, was founded at 
Lehigh Iniversity in I880, by Professor Kdward 
II. Williams. 

The Lehigh chapter was 5(J strong coming into 
the 1989-1990 academic year, but after the fall 
initiation has 113 active members, consisting of 
the top junior and senior engineers in the school. 
The spring initiate class will be appro.ximately 
50, bringing the end-of-the-year total to 163 
members. 

This year's Tau Beta Pi is led by a fine class of 
officers: Kevin Klopfer, President; Minesh Shah, 
Vice President: Paul Hyde, Corresponding secre- 
tary: Jake Fotopoulos, Recording secretary: Jo- 
seph Haas, Treasurer: Doug Singer, Initiate coor- 
dinator. With the help of chief faculty advisor 
Walter Hahn, these officers will foster scholar- 
ship and integrity on the Lehigh engineering 
scene. 



Eta Kappa Nu 




The Chi chapter of Eta Kappa \u was founded 
at Lehigh in the 19o0's. Eta Kappa Nu is a 
national Electrical Engineering honor society. 
The society strives to improve faculty/student 
relations, both academically and extracurricu- 
larly. We have sponsoi'ed pub nights to allow 
students to socialize with their professors in a 
casual environment. Eta Kappa Nu also provides 
tutoring in ECE courses through the university's 
tutoring center. Trips to places of interest are 
also planned. The society has about 25 members. 
Juniors in the top quarter of their Electrical 
Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Comput- 
er Science classes, and Seniors in the top third of 
these classes are eligible for membership. Induc- 
tion services and a dinner are held in the early 
spring. Elections for the following year's officers 
are held at the end of the spring semester. 



Activities 119 




Interfraternity 
Council 



Front (L-R): Oli Olofsson (V.P. Judicial), Jeffrey A. Goudberg (V.P. Administrative) 
Michael Moss (President), Peter Roseman (Secretary), Michael Keough (Publicity Chair 
man); Back (L-R): Barry Bedell (Scholarship), Eric Brown (Social), Ray Licata (Co-Commu 
nity Relations), Jim Buckley (Rush), Kent Zambelli (Rush), Larry Raia (Housing), Kei 
Heuer (Co-University Relations), Ajay Bhatt (Co-University Relations), Geoff Diehl (Co 
Community Relations) Missing: Alan Wittman (Treasurer) 




Thi IFC serves as a forum where both frater- 
nity I lembers and non-fraternity members aWke 
may ;ome to introduce and address pertinent 
probli ms. Throughout the past year, the IFC has 
accon Dlished manv thines. Perhaos the most 
important of these was aiding in the further 
adjustment to the changes of Lehigh's social 



policy. / need for increasing cooperation among 
all frate 'nity men necessitated the introduction 
and sigi ing of a Gentlemen's Agreement. In- 
creasing communications between the IFC and 
both the administration and Panhellenic commu- 
nities was a goal of the IFC. An enhanced image 
of Lehigh's fraternity system was established 



through the Southside Alive carnival and oth( 
community events. 

We welcomed a new member to the Gree 
Community this past year: Rob Robeson will I 
an asset to the Lehigh Community. The IFC wi 
remain an integral part of the Greek system hei 
at Lehigh. 



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APK - our memory lives on . . . Mikey -do you 
know how to spell "graduation"? . . Dave S-all 
in the family? . . . Marsha, been in the beer 
cooler lately? . . . Bob S.-keep smilin' . . . Rob 
Z.-l love you-"H()t & Dirty" . . Maribel-Bailey's 
Irish Cream 470 Birkel-AU Pledges Welcome . 
. Bob A. -and on the seventh day . . Erin -the 
ring comes off, the skirt goes up . . Lenny 
Brown-out of sight out of mind . . Tim-"Do you 
swear to tell the TRUTH, the whole TRUTH, 
and nothing but the TRUTH?" . . Matt place 
your hands behind your back, you're under 
arrest . . Fish-buy a razor . . Jen R.- stop 
hanging out vv/your father . . Seth-bizarre 
love triangle. Brian, Brian Donawa, king of 
the wild frontier Ferd - it sucks when those 
tenth graders call the next day . . Andrea - 
have you been "smilin"' lately' . . Chris B.- 
look before you leap . . . Scott so how many 
little sisters have you hooked-up with? . . 
Marsha you were a great pledgemaster Den- 
ise, is it 1, 2, or :! . . Nick - it's Just the same as 
any old space heater . . Pamela, have you 
pitched that tent yet? . . Dr. Carlow - give any 
examinations lately? . . . BEIRUT . . . Patty T. 
- now that your graduating you'll have to ask 
their names . . . Derrick - pick up the pace 



before your out of your prime . . Barbi -tl" ? 
photographic "X" Heather, a victim of Tim s 
report . . . Gumby, got any juice? . . Bruce, yc j 
can come out from behind the TV now . . 
Karen -lust in the library, yes we know . . To n 
C. -so you think your a stud . . . TTB . . Jaso i, 
don't you know where the bathroom is? . . 
Deborah, quite the devil aren't you . . Co i- 
grats to the .MBS!! . . Colleen, .so you Ml e 
thespians. Patty D.- so you NEVER really d d 
hook-up with Fish . . . Pamela - a PDA like i s 
never been done before . . . Dan C- I shou d 
have listened to you about the honey . , . 
Davey P. - you never told us who left tho e 
footprints on the ceiling above your bed . . 
Betsy -your a puddle!! . . Congrats to the 
NILS!! . . weren't clean ups fun? . . John Kapp, 
so you finally hooked-up, aye? . . Jamie, be 
nice to us, or we'll shoot you!! . . . Dave K.- we 
hear you like 'em young . . The Delta Ski Trip 
- Stowe here we come . . . Gwen you finally got 
to eat some of that Squid you wanted . . . Erv - 
will you try to be a true delta adventurer this 
time out?? . . . Sue-b-doo -is discretion your 
favorite word? . . . Mike R.-I want kemosabi . . 
. Danny, quite the sly one aren't you . . . 
Marsha, so you really liked Ernie's little thing 




. . . Mc Sorley's!!! . . Jen - I'm on a permanent 
office visit . . . Social pro? . . vacation pub- 
night at 470 . . Teresa, played any "poker" 
lately? . . . Lil' Sis' Smut Night, oh the stories 
we could tell .... All good things must come 
to an end, so have we and the blurb! 
Thanks for many good times. 
Love, the Delta Chi Little Sisters 




H looks on at an early morning practice. 



Our Fall attempt in Eights. 



The Lehigh Crew Club consists of a lot of 
dedicated people. Five a.m. practices are not 
easy, but through the heavy eyelids and sweat 
and sacrifice, the boat moves faster. Friendship 
and fun are also an important part of the team. 
Good luck and row well! 




The Women Varsity 4-From left to right; Laura Frith, Edie Meyer, Sue Colgan, Christy Weber. Kirsten Webber. 



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Powder Puff '89 







President, Lynne Craig; Treasurer, Sandy Stell- 

ing; Secretary, Maureen Baran; Coacli: Marc 

Abruzzese 

Thanks to all who participated! Marc Thank 

You-you're the best. 

Remember: LaSalle, run? Powder and Puff, Road 



kill, the little car that could, Motormouth, Bull- 
moose!? Anyone for tackle? Karen . . . "put that 
thing on!", Practice, who else is coming? Kerri . . 
. take care of those bruises . . . Although our fall 
season was short, we look forward to playing in 
the spring. 



Activities 123 



Tae Kwon Do 




Tae Kwon Do is a Korean Martial Art which 
demands personal achievement. The goal in Mar- 
tial Arts is to improve both the mind and body. 
Tae Kwon Do translates to mean "the way of life 
of the foot and hand." 

The Lehigh University Tae Kwon Do Club has 
approximately 30 active members. The club 
meets to train 3 times per week. In addition, 



members often train on their own. Training con- 
sists of exercises to build strength, flexibility, 
and speed, forms to demonstrate power and tech- 
nique, and sparring to practice controlled fight- 
ing. 

The Tae Kwon Do Club is open to all Universi- 
ty students and faculty. 



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Ultimate Frisbee 




Activities 125 



Rugby 





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Troll Team 




Activities 127 



Gymnastics Club 





Front: Joan Traynor; First Row (L-R); Dani Levison, Adam Griff, Laura Frikert; Second Row (L-R): Kelly Pryor, Hope Hackett, 
Peter Leis, Lisa Vogel, Janice Fang; Back Row (L-R): Julie Gatti, Mike Gosse, Peter Goodale, Robert Mattedi, Rafael Richards, 
Debbie Hubsmith 



Having begun in March of 1988, the Gymn; s- 
tics Club is relatively new to Lehigh. The cl ib 
has 40 coed members and practices in Tay or 
Gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4-6 pm, Pr c- 
tices include stretching, conditioning, slow tu ii- 
biing, and plenty of time to work on what \ lu 
want. 

Through our fundraisers, $15 dues per sem 's- 
ter, and the budget, we nave purcnaseu over 
$3000.00 worth of new equipment. We plan on 
continuing to expand. 

If the members wanted to compete, we could 
arrange meets. However, most members enjoy a 
relaxed atmosphere. The club was established so 
members could "stay fit - meet people - learn 
gymnastics." 




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Intramural Volleyball Champions 





Front Row (L-R): Stephanie Olsen, Nandita Banerjee, Carol Ying, Jesephine Wang; Back Row (LR): Tammy Fung, Kashmira Mntiwalla, 
Sunila Mathews 



Squash Club 



Members: Ram Mudambi (Faculty Advisor), Peter Sleemar (Coach), Pip 

Chativananlj, Mauricio Segovia. Eric von der Heyden, Shams Rafi, Chris 
Large, I'zair Anjarwalla, Mark Gannon, .Juan Duque, Brad Lawliss, Greg 
Saunders, Phillip Thorogood, Jeff Horton, Mike Herzig 




Activities 129 



Men's Lacrosse Club 




Front Row (L-R); Tom Wheeler, Eric Christman, Tom Zoli, Jon Gibson, Joe Robinson, Chris Schwab, Joe McAndrew, JH Kim; Bacl< Row (L-R): Vic Ahleheld, Doug Sprat- 
ley, Alex Tait, Sandy Miller, Tim Huff, Pete Brooks, Tim Hussey, Sean Hayden 




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Drama 

Society 



The Drama Club, the Mustard & Cheese Dra- 
ma Society, was established in 1884 because a 
bunch of guys wanted to dress up as women. 
Today we have the same spirit, but since women 
go to Lehigh, we don't bother cross-dressing 
(most of the time). What we do is a mystery, but 
it mainly concerns taking part in productions by 
Lehigh University Theatre. On occasion we get 
together and generally do theatre things, like 
going to NVC and seeing a show or even putting 



on our own shows or skits. We try to serve the 
Lehigh and surrounding communities by provid- 
ing not only great entertainment but refresh- 
ments at Lehigh University Theatre productions. 
Members are chosen from those people who have 
given a sufficient contribution to two shows. 
Executive Board members: Tim Stephenson 
(President), Ted Nolan (Vice-president), Geoff 
Zink (Secretary), Amy Kantra (Treasurer), Bry- 
an McVeigh (Historian). 



Activities 131 



Orchestra 




Since 1973, the String Orchestra has graced 
Lehigh University with strains of old favorites 
like Boyce's Symphony #2 and Britten's Simple 
Symphony, as well as several hundred concerto 
grossos. With headquarters in Lamberton Hall, 
amidst the tropical tranquility of the Lehigh 
Music Department and Shooting Range, the or- 
chestra boasts a membership of 18. According to 
the orchestra's superconductor, Jerry Bidlack 
(also known for his operatic abilities), the or- 
chestra is a place for students to explore some 
interests outside of their studies. 

So, if you're ever in the mood for some choco- 
late chip cookies, fluctuating tempos, or just 
have nothing to do on a Wednesday night, why 
not drop by Lamberton for a rehearsal? 




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Dancin' 






Dancin' originated as Lehigh's dance flub in 
1982 as a ballet club bringing together both ex- 
perienced and inexperienced ballet dancers. The 
club officers taught the students and led the 
ballet classes. The club has since expanded to 
include ballet, jazz, and modern dance students 
as well as professional choreography. Dancin's 
recent past has included trips to outside perfor- 
mances by visiting dancetroops and Lehigh per- 
formances on campus by the dance club. 

Classes, which are held on a regular basis are 
taught by professionals from surrounding areas. 
Members of the club are of varied experience 
ranging from no experience in any type of dance 
to twelve years' experience in tap, jazz, ballet, 
and pointe. The classes are therefore divided 
into beginner and advanced groups and are 
taught at a pace appropriate to each group. Dan- 
cin' provides, for Lehigh students with years of 
dance experience, an opportunity to continue 
their interest in dance in a challenging, yet in- 
formal atmosphere. For the inexperienced, Dan- 
cin' offers a structured introduction to different 
types of dance and a basis to continue, as well as 
the enjoyment of staying in shape and meeting 
students with similar interests. Dancin' is led by 
President Linda Stone, Vice-President Beth De- 
Marte, and Treasurer Linda Micale. 



Members: Lynda Stone, Beth DeMarte, Tuesday Thomas. Renee Medica. Siotl I'ilzer, Kenee Vecere. Tanya 
Rodriguez, Jennine Rexon, Winnie Yeung. Linda Micale, Susanne Demsey, Margie Ross, Regina .•\iton. Julia 
Salinardi. Mari.sa Gesilippo 



Activities 133 



The Marching 97 




Back Row (L-R): Greg Seibert, Andrew Smith, Stelly; Eighth Row (L-R): Beth Croshaw, Wendy Marien, Claire Dresen, Robyn Lipton, Matt Girardy, Kathy Snyder, Heather 
Racl<i; Seventh Row (L-R): John Lovasz, Derel< Moyer, Dorothy Nield, Larry Waddell, Matt Corson, Ruth Lepley, Caroline Dow; Sixth Row (L-R): Dave Cousineau, Doug Car- 
roll, Carolyn Harris, Alyson Caprio, Kim Rose, Dora Hoag, Paul Hyde; Fifth Row (L-R): Alex Duque, Matt Fante. Kevin Long, Peter Harms, Jon Campbell, Alan McNulty, Pete 
Huse; Fourth Row (L-R): Matt Martin, Tim Fulmer, Greg Patton, Mike N'aughton, Tom Littman, Gary Thompson, Kristin Kohler: Third Row (L-R): Eric Landrieu, Troy Dan- 
iels, Walter Strubbe, Heather DelBalso, Kara Villamil, Graig Parks, Matt Svoboda; Second Row (L-R): John Scott, Tina Minor, Brian Exner, Bev Jones, Peggy Ryan, Mike Ma- 
gyarics, Scott Tisdale; First Row (L-R): J Hamman, Will Millhiser, Ed Allen 




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In 1989, Lehigh's "Finest in the East" was 
back to partake in yet another year of great 
marching, musicianship, and merriment, on and 
off the field. 

On the field, we were celebrating great Engi- 
neer football, as always. This year was the 125th 
Lehigh-Lafayette Game and we were there. We 
were there at every other game ton, with away 
trips to the Dust-Bowl at Fordham, the Monsoon- 
Bowl at Yale, the Sweat-Bowl at Bucknell, the 
Wind-Bowl at Harvard, and the Sub-.Arctic Bowl 
at Colgate. 

The Marching 97, however, was back this 
year, not only for the great Engineer football 
traditions, but for many great community tradi- 
tions too. Dressed in halloween costumes (some 
more dressed than others) we were back as old 
favorites at the Hellertown Halloween Parade, 
and we were back as the premier band for the 



Bethlehem Halloween Parade. The 97 was so 
psyched this year that we even played in Buck- 
nell's Homecoming Parade. This year, as every 
year, members of the band could be seen, and 
heard, playing Christmas carols at nearby senior 
citizen houses. Of course, we visited Pete Likins' 
house last. 

The 97 is proud to be a part of Lehigh, and is 
proud to be a representative gr(/up for Lehigh in 
the community. 

Marching 97 officers for the 1989 Season in- 
clude: Manager, Ed Allen; Drum Major, Will Mill- 
hiser; Student Student Conductor, Mike Magyar- 
ics; Instruments and Uniforms, Bev Jones; 
Freshman Manager, John Scott; Senior Repre- 
sentative, Brian Exner: Staff .Assistant, Tina Mi- 
nor; Librarian, Peggy Ryan; Publicity Manager, 
Scott Tisdale; Director, C.J. Hamman 





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Activities 135 



Lehigh University Choir 





Back Row (L-R): Christopher Detweiler, Amy Haas, Joe Wallace, Leigh Kuenne, Carey Goodfellow, Marc Kobayashi, Joe DeVn 
Patricl( Gormley; Middle Row (L-R): Doug Silver, Pamela Kuntz, Tony Gray, Jennifer Tuck, Stephanie Olsen, Apple Musikabhumn 
Komal Kanar, Debby Muschek, Kathryn Ives; Front Row (L-R): Karin Ericson, Jacqueline D' Aquino, Peter Stinson, Steve Dick. 
Gretchen Saalbach, Jungwook Kim Missing: Mary Adams, Lucy Allen, Melinda Bowman, John Cabezas, Seth Danielson, Jonathan Fi 
Glen Knierim, Holly Martindale, John McNulty, Bryan McVeigh, Joanne Nokland, Anastasia Paghidas, Marianne Panicucci, Hemant 
Parvatharaj, Doug Rogers, Deborah Sacarakis, Greg Saunders, Maria Schwartz, Young Suh, Jean Thomas, Brad Wood 



The Lehigh University Choir is proud to be a 
part of the growing Lehigh musical tradition. 
The group consists of sixty members, and is 
under the able direction of Dr. Steven Sametz. 
Dr. Sametz has led the choir in works by compos- 
ers ranging from Bach and Mozart to Robert 
Moran and Benjamin Britten. The choir partici- 
pates in four concerts a year on the campus, 
including the annual Upperclassman Parents' 
Weekend concert and the Christmas Vespers ser- 
vice. Having toured extensively, we have visited 
places such as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Islands. 
Our recent accomplishments include the world 
premiere of Robert Moran's "Hagaromo" for a 
live audience in New York's Merkin Hall and for 
a new music radio program heard around the 
world. This growing group is always looking for 
new challenges and new members. If you are 
interested, contact the Music Dept. 




136 




Student 

Activities 

Council 



Bark (1,-R): Cliff Seltzer, Mohamed M.K. Kuleib, Middle 
(LR): Matt Messinger, Amy Reinsiein. Melissa Kauff- 
man, Sybil Cooper, Dave Prebut. Erin Brown, Liz Rich, 
Meredith Seigle, Front (L-R): Bean, Debbie Schwartz, 
Geoff Haskell (Advisor), Pam Sprayregen, Kash 
Motiwalla 



Officers 



FaU 



Spring 



PRESIDENT 


Liz Kkh 


VICE PRESIDENT 


Eileen Kiehman 


SECRETARY 


Eileen Riehman 


SPECIAL EVENTS 


Cliff Seltzer (Chair) 




Meredith Seigle (\'ice Chair) 


ENTERTAINMENT 


Melissa Kauffman (Chair) 




Shawn Reichel (Vice Chair) 


FILMS 


Sybil Cooper (Chair) 




Marilyn \'ri(ella (Vice Chair) 


TWILIGHT 


Lori Weinstock 


PUBLICITY 


Kash Motiwalla (Chair) 




Krin Brown (Vice Chair) 




Amy Reinstein (Vice Chair) 


CONCERTS 


Melissa Goldman (Chair) 




David Prebut (Vice Chair) 


RHC REPRESENTATIVE 


John Martins 


PANHEL REPRESENTATIVE 


Susan DeGennaro 


IFC REPRESENTATIVE 


Matt Messinger 


OFF CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE 


Mohamed M.K. Kuleib 



Eileen Riehman 
Sybil Cooper 
Melissa Hantak 
Tammy Rich (Chair) 
Andrew Fiala (\'ice Chair) 
Shawn Reichel (Chair) 
Alicia Karam (Vice Chair) 
Michele Rothstein (Chair) 
Jeffrey Zemsky (Vice Chair) 
Patrick Gormley (\'ice Chair) 
Lori Weinstock (Chair) 
Sandy Stelling (Vice Chair) 
Andrew Rich (Co-Chair) 
Marianne Bailliet (Co-Chair) 

David Prebut (Chair) 
Jordan Barnett (Vice Chair) 
John Martins 
Dora Hoag 
Matt Messinger 
Christopher Martin 



Activities 137 



Lehigh Christian Fellowship (LCF) is a chap- 
ter of Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship, a non- 
denominational, national organization of Chris- 
tian college students dedicated to serving and 
bringing Jesus Christ to their campuses. LCF 
stresses personal growth through discipleship, 
weekly small group Bible studies, worship and 
prayer. Fellowship is also found through mis- 
sions projects (Haiti, Florida, Atlantic City), LCF 
dinners, road trips, pizza parties, beach-barbe- 
ques, volleyball, movie nights, hiking, canoeing, 
and many other activities. 



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Hillel Society 



Lehigh Hillel Society aims to facilitate and 
enhance a viable Jewish community life on cam- 
pus. Although students are away from home, 
they don't have to lose touch with their Jewish 
identity. This is where Hillel comes in. Hillel 
provides a variety of programs for its nearly 200 
members. Some of our traditional events include: 
membership Bar-B-Q's, transportation to nearby 
synagogues for the holidays, Friday night ser- 
vices and dinners, holiday parties, and our popu- 
lar bagel brunches. Hillel also sponsors several 
educational programs such as our monthly "cof- 
fee, cake, and chatter" sessions (CC & C), which 
are designed to gather students and faculty to 
discuss topics of interest and debate issues that 
affect the Jewish community in a non-political 
atmosphere. In the past, Hillel has sponsored 
and co-sponsored several distinguished lecturers 
such as Senator Joseph Biden, Isaac Bashevis 
Singer, Elie Wiesel, and Chaim Potok. Nearly 
every holiday has a Hillel-sponsored event such 
as Rosh Hashanah dinners, Sukkah and Purim 
parties, and Passover Seders. Students have the 
opportunity to attend the annual B'Nai B'rith 
Hillel Convention, where members convene from 
across the country to discuss important current 
Jewish topics an obtain new ideas from other 
students. 

Hillel also gets involved with a variety of 
community service projects, such as going to 




local nursing homes. This year, interaction with 
other Hillels increased as a number of neighbor- 
ing Hillels attended our events. Also this year, 
Hillel acquired a new director, Sharon Cohen. 
Our faculty advisor is Dr. Roger Simon. One of 
our goals this year has been to create an organi- 
zation which Is more dynamic, unified, and re- 
sponsive to the needs of Jewish students on 
campus. This year, Hillel had a very dedicated 
group of board members. On behalf of this year's 
Hillel Board, I believe that we have fulfilled our 
goal beyond a doubt. Mazel Tov and Shalom! 



Lehigh University Volunteers 




Alpha Phi Omega 



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Activities 139 




Sandy Stelling, Lori Weinstocl 




Club 31 




Included in picture: Jen Hoover, Kim Boyer, Kevin Worth, Susan ReiUy, Lisa Rose, Sarah Getchell, Doug Ford, Steve Brodovicz, Tricia Giovacco, Jeff 
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Asian Students Association 




lembers: Joe Lee, Pip Chatiicavanij, Jenny Lee, John Ahn, Jung Yu, Eugene Pak, Joe Hung, Paul Ng, Rich Chu, Dave 
;ung, Yun Chin Lee, Dave Chen, Doohwanna, Daniel Lee, Chris Park, Peter Pi, Caria Tang, Carol Ying, Sabrina Wong, 
'akashi Odagiri, Hoa Trieu, Frank Hoang, Helen Wang, Tina Chiang, Gina Choi, Cedrick Chan, Chris Sicat, Liz Kim (some 
lissing) 



The Asian Students Association was estab- 
lished to inform Lehigh University and the Le- 
high Valley about the various Asian countries 
and cultures. The club tries to promote general 
awareness of unknown, exotic Asian cultures 
and traditions. We have introduced shows and 
dances such as the shadow puppet show from 
Java Indonesia and the tenikling bamboo dance 
from the Philippines. In addition, the club orga- 
nizes lectures on topics often related to Asia's 
NICs (Newly Industrializing Countries). Due to 
the diversity of the different Asian cultures, the 
club is able to attract a wide spectrum of ethnic 
groups, as well as those interested in these fasci- 
nating cultures. 



Society Of American Military Engineers 



Members: Major E. Gromoff (Sponsor), Rex 
Schultz, Brian Barto, Rachel Beck, William Cost, 
Sheri Houtz, Robert Keane, Robert Winkler, 
Mark Chiaverini, Arsenio Ibay, James Pelletier, 
Scott Silvi, William Thumm, Christine Grands, 
Matthew McHale, Kevin Pizzuti, Luther Staton, 
Jerome Brenneman, Timothy Gavigan, Kevin 
John 

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Air Force ROTC 




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AFROTC . . . we are 80 cadets frnni Lehigh, 
Lafayette, Penn State local campuses, Muhlen- 
herg, Moravian, Kutztovvn, Cedar Crest . . . Meet- 
ing more than :i hours per week for both fun and 
AFROTC activities . . . Skits this fall ragged on 
Gramlich's running mania. Murphy's style in 
general and Major Keating's "dudeness" . . . Fall 
Highlights were the 4th annual POW/MIA Run 
with a detour over the mountain and into the 
stadium at halftime . . . Our first Pining Out at 
Mountaintiip with Christian as Mr. \'ice, green 
grog. Murphy and Bruce trying to rap, Beth re- 
questing "VMCA" . . . Spring Highlights include 
Koblemania, skiing with Captain Mac, trip to 
Klgin AFB and not getting caught on the fences, 
Military Ball with the Army, getting sophomores 
in shape and ready for Field Training. Good Luck 
to the 19 seniors, the real AF should be proud to 
have vou!! 




Activities 143 



Color Guard 



Back Row (L-R): Mike Golden, 
Christian Malesic, Rich Bolan- 
owski, Major Pat Keating 
(Faculty Advisor); Third Row 
(L-R): Walt Strubbe, Bryan 
O'Connell, Jon Fitton, Mike 
Nester, Michelle Casale; Sec- 
ond Row (L-R): Chris Sla- 
vinsky, Kim Cottingham, Andy 
Biro; Front Row (L-R): Earl 
Kinsley, Chris Gramlich, Jon 
Goldstein, Beth Kriszan, Lori 
Schlauch, Jean Gumpper; 
Missing: Rob LoMonaco, 
LeAnn Cliett 




While almost everyone else is out in the park- 
ing lot tailgating at football games, there is a 
group of students who are already inside the 
stadium waiting for the pregame ceremony. The 
Lehigh University Color Guard spends many 
hours each week preparing for a multitude of 
ceremonies. Among these are football games, 
Graduation, parades, and other military and Uni- 
versity events. 

The Lehigh University Color Guard is a cere- 
monial honor guard sponsored by the University 
and affiliated with the Army Reserve Officers 
Training Corps. Although any student may join, 
the Color Guard is generally composed of eight to 
ten members of Army ROTC. A Color Seargent is 
in charge of the group and is selected each year. 
This year's Color Sergeants were Terry Johnson 
and Lynn Zebrowski. There is also a unit of the 
Color Guard maintained at Kutztown University. 

In the Spring Semester, the Color Guard spon- 
sors its annua! training trip to Washington, D.C. 
While in Washington, the Color Guard trains 
with the "Old Guard." The Old Guard is the 
Honor Guard for the President, and also guards 
the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington 
National Cemetery. It is considered a privilege 
and an honor to train with this highly proficient 
unit. Following training the Lehigh Color Guard 
tours Washington, D.C. 



Arnold Air Society 




144 



Scabbard & Blade Society 




Association Of The United States Army 



The Association of the United States Army 
(AUSA) is a national organization formed 47 
years ago as the "one voice" of the Total Army: 
the active, the retired, the Army Reserve, the 
Army National Guard, the Army civilian, and the 
soldier's family. AUSA has as its principle objec- 
tives the education of the public, liaison with 
industry, support for the people who serve in 
their country's uniform, and their professional 
development. The association is devoted to in- 
creasing awareness of matters concerning the 
Army and the landpower force in general. Mem- 
bers host activities that show the public what 
the Army offers and how our defense depart- 
ment operates to defend the nation. The associa- 
tion also sponsors field trips for members to 
military functions to increase their understand- 
ing of the Army. The AUSA's annual national 
meeting is the nation's leading defense forum. 
The AUSA has just completed its fifth year on 
campus here at Lehigh and maintains its charter 
with continued enthusiasm. 



Members; Major E. Gromoff (Sponsor), Rex Schultz (Presi- 
dent), Mark Chiaverini (Vice President), James Peiletier 
(treasurer), John Williams (Secretary), Christina Havas. Ra- 
chel Beck, Jennifer Biron, Edward Gliot, Christine Granda, 
Laura Owens, Maurice Sipos, Phillip Vnlplcelli, Robert 
Winkler, David Ockovie, Terry Crownover, Laura Farpour. 
Tobias Lewis, French Lewis, Gretchen Miller 
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Activities 145 



SPORTS 




Co-Sports Editors 

Josh Levine Jeff Maxon 
Andria Jacob 



The '89 football season started off strong with a 
big win at Fordham, unfortunately it ended with a 
loss to Lafayette. However, these two games some- 
what typify the team's record this year. The Lehigh 
team ended it's season, once again, with a nearly 
even win/loss record. The early victory over their 
new Colonial League opponent gave them an early 
boost of confidence. The next game, a home game 
against UMASS, provided another season highlight 
as Lehigh became the fourth team in college football 
history to play a 1000th game. They were also the 
first non-ivy school to reach this mark. The rest of 
Lehigh's season consisted of ups and downs. Vic- 
tories were achieved against, in addition to Ford- 
ham, Towson State, Harvard, Bucknell and North- 
eastern. Lehigh saw quite a winning streak during 
the mid-season. Other home wins were achieved 
against Towson State and Northeastern. In keeping 
with tradition, the last game was against archrival, 
Lafayette. This year marked the 125th meeting of 
the rivalry. It was the first time the historic game 
was played in the new Goodman Stadium. It was the 
largest crowd ever in the stadium. The game drew 
18,623 spectators. 

In addition to viewing the record of the team as a 
whole, many outstanding performances were turned 
in by individual players. Seniors contributed much to 
this years team. Notably, Quarterback Todd Brun- 
ner, who finally started for Lehigh this year, had an 
outstanding season; exceeding the expectations of 
many who hadn't gotten the chance to see him play 
much until this year. Number one tight end Vance 
Cassel and Rob Varano, who established a new single 
season receiving record, also completed their final 
year of football for Lehigh. However, the team also 
had strong support from players who will return 
next year. This year junior running back Erick Tor- 
ain passed the 3000 yard mark, despite plaguing 
injuries. Although the team finished the season with 
a 5 win 6 loss record, they played well and retain 
depth for the Lehigh football future. 





The Lehigh Cheerleaders celebrate another score by the Engineer's 
potent offense. The cheerleaders did a tremendous job motivating the 
fans and supporting the football team this year. They had much to 
celebrate and were seen pounding the ground in the endzone quite 
often as a result of Lehigh's high scoring offense. This dedicated group 
faced arctic like temperatures, yet still maintained enthusiastic for the 
benefit of the fans. 



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Lehigh's Kevin Costello, 
#34 has just completed a play 
against Northeastern. Jarrod 
Johnson #55 is signalling to 
the coach to show him how 
much yardage is needed by 
the Engineers to get a first 
down. 



"The success of ou\ 
season depends on ou| 
confidence, our togeth 
erness, our will to wit. 
How badly do you war, 
the win? Whoever sal 
winning isn 't every thin, 
probably didn 't win to 
often." j 

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Lehigh's Walter Somol weaves his way through heavy traffic on his 
way to the goal during an Engineer soccer game. While playing primari- 
ly at the halfback position, Somol helped Lehigh to it's 8-8-1 record 
during the '89 season. 





A member of the Lehigh women's volleyball 
team soars high above the net in anxious an- 
ticipation of a spike. The Lady Engineers 
spiked their way to a fi-28 record during the 
1989 campaign. 




Freshman Amy Carley: a strong, hard working, devoted new 
member of the field hockey team. Carley began her Lehigh 
career after the first few games of the season. Playing center 
back she is an excellent defensive player. Her teammates de- 
scribe her as a "small girl packed with power". This season she 
displayed excellent dexterity and stick work. Amy Carley will 
definitely be an important asset to the team in the next few 
years. 



The Lehigh girls 
tennis team reached 
for the sky in a sea- 
son that took them 
to a 6-3 record (6-0 
in ECC). With seven 
returning letterwin- 
ners, they won the 
East Coast Confer- 
ence tournament for 
the fifth time in 
eight years. Giving 
the team a positive 
outlook for next 
year is the dazzling 
play of freshman 
Maria Clemente. 



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An explosive, record-shattering attack fea- 
turing senior quarterback Todd Brunner kept 
Lehigh University statisticians and rival de- 
fen.ses working overtime during the 1989 foot- 
ball season. 

Brunner, son of Minnesota Vikings backfield 
coach .lohn Brunner and brother of former NFL 
quarterback Scott Brunner. finally got his 
chance to start. After having thrown the ball 
only 30 times over the last three seasons. Todd 
enjoyed a remarkable season unequalled in Le- 
high history. He threw for 3,516 yards and 26 
touchdowns. His total yardage of 3,639 ranked 
him third nationally in l-AA total offense. This 
barrage enabled him to rewrite Lehigh's pass- 
ing and total offense records as he set 13 marks 
and tied another. The only marks escaping him 
were interceptions in a game and in a season. 





"Ff Andrea is into the game, then 
undi)ubtedly everybody is inti) the 
game," said junior midfielder Caroline 
Kurz about senioi Andrea l.auer, the 
Engineer's field hockey goalie. Lauer, 
one of the tri-captains, played a vital 
role in the team's success this season. 
Graduate student Ruth Ervin stated, 
"Andrea is a major contributing fac- 
tor to this year's success becau.se her 
intensity can easily cimtrol the tempo 
of the game, and in whole, the sea- 
son." As a result of her great athletic 
ability, Lauer was named Outstanding 
Athlete of the Year. Lauer has been 
an outstanding member of the team 
since her freshman year when she 
was on the IMHC championship squad. 
During that year Lauer helped the 
team win the championship by carry- 
ing a save percentage of TCi.U",.. In her 
award winning year, she gave up an 
average of only l.(i goals per game. 
Since then there has been no turning 
back for Lauer. 



Lehigh's rugby team came back from a lough 
start this year to eventually win the Mid Atlantic 
championship, placing themselves among the top 16 
rugby teams in the nation. The team was led by 
seniors Charley Barth, John Lee, Erich Able, Chris 
Hanson, Eric Wertz, and Kevin Luer. Bath cited 
junior John Clark's performance this year. "He was 
probably our MVP, a very physical player." Said 
Clark, "1 was really pleased with this year. 1 had 
anticipated this as a great season from my freshman 
year." He said this was due to the experience that 
the players had gained since three seasons ago, and 
the fact the all the forwards were returning starters. 
He had been apprehensive about the performance of 
the backs, who had only one returning starter, but 
said they did quite well. 

Clark's main concern now is recruiting, as he 
would like to be able to field A, B, and C teams which 
the players were unable to do this year. "Maybe we 
can offer them more beer or something," he said 
jokingly. But he was extremely plea.sed with the 
season as a whole. "We're really happy that our 
team gained the recognition it deserved." 

Barth was also pleased with this year's perfor- 
mance of the team as a whole. "This season was a bit 
of a shock. I thought this would be a rebuilding year 
with so many of our string players having graduated, 
but we wound up with a great team that came up 
big." 




(Above) Junior Kevin Costello was able to elude a Northeastern defend- 
er and go on for a furtlier gain on the play. The game ended In a victory for 
the Lehigh Engineers. (Below) The high powered Lehigh offen.se breaks 
out of the huddle after Todd Brunner calls the play. They are led by junior 
Jariod .Johnson, who has been named to the second learn All League as a 
center. Other important players include: grad student Koh Varano, who set 
the all time Lehigh record for receptions in the season. Rich Windish 
stepped in to replace Keith Petzel who v^as injured this season. Reserve 
tail back Chris .Vienet proved to be a hard runner, and was a good fill in for 
star tail back Erik Terrain when he needed a rest. Mike Hendricks is an All 
League senior who anchored the offensive line. 





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"There's no one out there to help me. NO 
coach. No teammates to look to. Standing 100 
feet away is someone who doesn't give a damn 
if I'm tired. It's just me and her. That's what 
it's all ahout." 




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John Lee poses for the camera during a break in a 
game against Buiknell, Lee played 2nd row strum 
(forward) for Lehigh's ruggers and was a co-captain 
this year Lee started playing rugby his senior year in 
high school. 

"1 liked it, and decided to play rugby here, because 
it didn't place the same constraints on my time that 
football would have." 

Lee expressed satisfaction with this past season. 
"This was our most successful season since I've been 
here. We had lost our coach, so me and Eric Able 
were basically the coaches ■ that made it really 
gratifying to see us win," He attributed the team's 
success to simple strategy, executed very well, and 
hoped that "the idiots don't run the team into the 
ground once we |the seniors] leave, but they'll do 
really well next year 




The Lehigh University volleyball team showed high 
spirit and determination throughout the season. Here, 
a netter gets ready to match the ball over the net 
during a game. During the season, the team grew 
together. Their victories were brought on by their 
hard work. Together with team spirit and dedication, 
the volleyball team had a quite successful season. 




Seven bows added with a forward role is how 
the Lehigh cheerleaders show that the football 
team has just scored their first touchdown of a 
game. The cheerleaders spirit and enthusiasm 
spurred the football team to victories through- 
out the season and helped keep the crowds 
psyched to see our home team win. 



The men's soccer team avenged last year's 1-0 

loss to Moravian by pounding the Greyhounds 4-1 
in the 10th annual .Mayor's Trophy game. This 
game was the first soccer game ever played in the 
Murray H. Goodman Stadium. The Engineer's 4-1 
victory was the second largest scoring margin of 
the decade long series in which Lehigh leads at 
this time, 6-3-1. 



Lehigh soccer fans saw a new rising star with the 
emergence of freshman Evan Stein. Stein scored more 
than seven goals including a hat trick against cross- 
town rival Moravian in the Mayor's Trophy game. 

time." Lehigh hopes that he will continue to find the 
right place as he did in this game. Stein gave the fans, 
as well as his teammates, a glimpse of what is sure to 
be a promising career. 

the young forward. "In pre-camp, I was pretty ner- 
vous," Stein confessed. "1 wasn't playing like 1 thought 
I could," he said. 
Stein is just one of the nine freshmen on the Engi- 

my in Newtown, PA. "He was a good high school player. 
I knew he could play well at this level," McCloskey 
added. 

"He's a quick player," Cameron said. "He's swift, 
changes direction well with the ball. He's going to be 
the marked man next year and he is going to have to do 
the job." 

Off the field, Stein has also adapted well to life at 
Lehigh. He feels soccer has helped him balance his 
schedule to best deal with the pressure of college. 









It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to be a part of any sport. 
Whether it's team sports or individual sports, each take a lot of devotion. 
Football is probably one of the most demanding. Here, Todd Brunner (#77) 
holds the ball as Eric Bird (#1) tries for a field goal. Hard work, determi- 
nation, skill, and good sportsmanship were all factors that made the 
Lehigh Engineer football team a great team. Even though the scoreboard 
didn't always show it, they were a team of winners. 




Junior fullback Kevin Costello had a great season in 1989. Although 
Lehigh ended the year with an almost even record, Kevin's work on the 
field added much to the progress they made and helped contribute to 
their nationally ranked offense. Against Towson State, for example, in 
the second home game of the season, he had his best game as a starter. 
He scored two touchdowns and rushed for 92 yards. Against Yale, he 
gained important yardage. Against Colgate, he gained important yard- 
age as well as scoring on a 5 yard touchdown pass from quarterback 
Todd Brunner. Kevin will certainly be an integral part of the 1990 
Lehigh squad. 




Lehigh's rugby team, an organization not meant for the weak of 
heart. A sport which takes skill, strength, and most of all, endurance. 
All of the men pictured here are required to possess the.se traits. Here, 
Lehigh and the opposing team take a quick breather as they assemble 
to begin the next battle. 





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Co-captain Alisa Edelson completes a serve 
during one of thie team's games. Edelson and 
other co-captain, Nancy Walker both played in 
their last games in the East Coast Conference. 
Throughout the ECC's, Edelson stated, "If we 
put it together, I'm confident we will win and 
be on our way." With the confidence and posi- 
tive attitudes of both co-captains this years 
volleyball team was one to be proud of. 



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The Lehigh Engineer tennis team was strong, tough, and 
determined. The girls felt that the year was exciting and a 
surprising year for them. They all prepared themselves physical- 
ly and mentally to play their best. The team showed a lot of 
confidence and poise. Here, Elizabeth Tursi and Sandy Friedberg 
take a break from the match to cheer on their teammates. 



Chris Cameron, Evan Stein, and Kyle Boschen paced l^high Universi- 
ty's soccer team in scoring during the 1989 sea.son and goalkeeper Scott 
Kvans was a defensive mainstay as the Engineers compiled an 8-8-1 
record in their sixth campaign under coach John VIcCloskey. 

Cameron, a senior from Melville, NY, led the shooters with 22 points. 
He completed his four year varsity career with 28 goals, 23 assists, and 
79 points. 

Evans, a senior from F'ittsburgh, P.A, was solid in goal with a save 
percentage of 819 while giving up only 14 markers per game. He had 
four shutouts and six contests in which the opposition could score only 
once. 

The Engineers, coming off a sea.son in which they set a school mark 
for victories, began what .McCloskey called a "frustrating season" 4-0-1, 
but then went on to lose six straight. Triumphs in their last two starts 
enabled them to reach ■'ilKl and avoid a losing record. 




Defensive player Donee VanFleet struggles for 
control of a loose ball in the competitive game 
against Lafayette. VanFleet, a senior, is a great 
stick handler and extremely agile. The Lehigh 
field hockey team as a whole had a very exciting 
season. They successfully worked together to make 
third place in the East Coast Conference under the 
leadership of tri-captains .-Vndrea ^Lauer, Maggie 
Quinn, and Kim Brower. They kept the team to- 
gether through "team unity and friendly, positive 
attitudes." The two new coaches Jackie Keeley and 
Jill Johnson fit right in. Keeley had been the 
assistant coach for the past few years so she took 
no getting used to. 

.■Mso impressive on this year's team were Carol 
Gibson, who received All ECC honors for the fourth 
consecutive year, and Lauer, who won ECC Top 
Goalie honors. 




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"Maggie Quinn - always on the 
ball." That's how the field hockey 
team describes this senior tri-cap- 
tain. Quinn started her successful ca- 
reer at Lehigh freshman year, play- 
ing left halfback. She is a very strong 
defensive player and always knows 
where to place the ball. Quinn is also 
a talented offensive player. For this 
reason she is a key player on the 
team. Her versatility has made her 
"super strategic" and is only 
equalled by her "will to win". 



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Lehigh split end Rob Varano makes a 
catch on the opponent's fifteen yard line 
during an Engineer football game. During 
his three years as the starting split end for 
the Engineers, Varano amassed 152 career 
reception, a Colonial League record. As a 
senior, he was second in receptions in the 
nation in division I-AA with 78. Those 78 
receptions, however, were good enough to 
break Rennie Benn's school record for recep- 
tions in a season, as well as tying him for 
the Colonial League record. His accomplish- 
ments as a senior earned him the distinc- 
tions of first team All-Colonial League, 2nd 
team Academic All American, and 3rd team 
AP All American. He was further rewarded 
when he received the first ever Colonial 
League Scholar Athlete Award. 



Andy Udell makes an aggressive tackle as he attempts to take 
the ball from a challenger midfielder. Lehigh went on to win this 
close battle against a tough Bucknell team. The Engineer's 8-8-1 
season featured wins over Moravian, West Chester, Monmouth, 
Hofstra, Delaware, St. Joes, and Lafayette. The scoring leaders 
for the team were Chris Cameron, Evan Stein, Kyle Boschen, and 
Mike Skalski. Next season's team will lose only five players from 
this years .500 season. 




Lehigh's forwards (left) stand 
next to Bucknell's forwards during 
a "line out". The two teams stand a 
yard apart, and the out of bounds 
ball is thrown between them. The 
forwards then fight for possession 
of the ball, and attempt to pass it to 
the backs who will carry it up to the 
goal. 




A capacity crowd at Murray 
Goodman stadium await an- 
other soon to be hiulilitJht. 
This season's attendance at 
the foothall games were near 
record nuniiiers. Withstandinn 
bitter cold, rain, and occasion- 
ally snow\ the fans filled with 
stands on a weekly basis, pro- 
viding support for the team 
The fan had much to checi 
about as Lehigh's offense was 
one of the highest scoring of- 
fenses in the nation. The team 
offers it's thanks lo ihe die- 
hard fans who supported 
them. 






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The doubles tennis match, 
where communication and team- 
work are absolutely essential for 
success, was a strong point of the 
girl's tennis season. Concentra- 
tion is a key element in singles, 
and in doubles it is more so. You 
not only have to know yourself, 
but your partner as well. Here the 
number :! doubles team of I'ia Cle- 
mente and Sandi Freidherg are 
pleased with the success of their 
match Their record together is 8- 
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Team captain Mike .Mott dribbles up the 
field during an Plast Coast Conference soc- 
cer matchup, .\1ott, a mainstay at the left 
fullback p(]sition, was instrumental in lead- 
ing the Kngineers to an 8-8-1 record during 
the 1989 season. 




"I couldn't have asked for a better effort. 
They left their hearts out there. It was our 
best team effort of the season," said coach 
Mike Krause excitably about the superb ef- 
forts of the volleyball team in their best and 
final gatne of the season against Lafayette. 
Krause said, "the whole team played above 
themselves and played as one unit, every- 
thing just came together." 

The netters showed a strong sense of uni- 
ty. "It was a difficult year, especially with 
all the injuries." Krause said. Top players 
such as Donna Gaugler, Cara McGrath, Barb 
Meta.xas, Shannon Swallow, and -Xdrianna 
Suarez were plagued with injuries through- 
out the season. 

Behind the leadership of co-captains Nan- 
cy Walker and .Alisa Edelson, the team 
played an exciting game. Walker played 
very well at the net blocking while Edelson 
.set up the middle hitters strategically to 
keep the defense off guard. Starters Walker, 
Swallow, Gaugler, Metaxas, McGrath, and 
Edel.son brought the team to it's first victory 
of the match. The Leopards came back to 
win games two and three. The Lady Engi- 
neers increased their intensity and forced a 
fifth game by their stunning 16-14 win in 
game four. The exciting fifth game was 
marked by .some controversial calls. Howev- 
er, the Leopards prevailed 15-10. It was an 
extremely competitive game. Lafayette 
coach Barbara Young predicted such a bat- 
tle with Lehigh. "Every time we play Lehigh 
it is a battle." 

Earlier in the season Donna Bejsovec stat- 
ed, "The team can beat any team on any day 
if they play together." The efforts and unity 
exemplified by the volleyball team should 
make us all proud. 



Phil Pringle, nicknamed "Tex" by his teammates, leaps in 
an attempt to head a ball and gain control. Lehigh had a strong 
offense this year en route to a .500 season led by a balance of 
seniors and freshmen. 



The women's tennis team had a very successful season dur- 
ing the 1989 fall semester. Early in the season, the women 
captured several victories in the league tournament. Paula 
Gross won the number four singles championship, and the 
doubles teams of Paula Gross and Marty Milicia, Liz Tursi and 
Jen Jacobson, and Pia Clemente and Sandi Freidberg also took 
victories in the tourney. The hopes of the team were stated well 
by Patti Denman, "We hope that our win in the tournament and 
our record to date will help put us in the spotlight of Lehigh 
athletics." The win certainly did help, but the team did not stop 
there. 

The team went on to take six of the nine titles in the East 
Coast Conference Championship. This makes it the team's fifth 
ECC championship win during Karen Adams tour as coach. Of 
the season, Adams said, "It was my goal to win both tourna- 
ments, and my kids came through." The team did a good job in 
making Adams' goal a reality. 

The new freshman on the team, Pia Clemente, had an excel- 
lent season. She had an 8-5 record at #6 singles and she was 
undefeated at five ECC matches. Pia also played #3 doubles 
with Freidberg at which their record was 8-3. When asked about 
the adjustment from high school to college, Pia said that it is 
hard but the coach has helped tremendously. 

The fall season was Adams' last as the head coach of the 
team. She had been coach for eight years, when asked about her 
coaching career she said, "It has been an exceptional eight 
years." Adams is leaving her position as coach to assume the 
position of associate director of athletics. She concludes the 
season quite well by having said, "The only way to go out is 
being a winner." 




Strike up the band!!! Lehigh's band enjoys the game 
before striking up a tune to get the fans into the action. 
The band braved the elements to support the Engineers. 





Brian Hensel (#59) and 
Mike Hendricks (#74) come 
together during an Engineer 
football game to discuss a call 
made by the referee during an 
important moment of the 
game. 




The offensive prowess of the girls volleyball squad jump in the air in 

an attempt to spike the bail down on the opposing team. The jjiris 
volleyball team was stronger than their record, as they finished with 
an overall (>-2H-0 record. These numbers do not do the team justice. The 
volleyball has a strong foundation that they hope can help them 
improve as they look forward to next year. In recent years, the girls 
team has not had strong turnouts, but this year's attendance was 
greatly improved. The team is strong on the basics, and are in top 
shape, as their practices include a lot of stretching and warm-up 
exercises. Injuries have plagued them in the past, but they were 
determined not to let them hinder them this season. The squad will 
look forward to a strong team ne.xt year, due to the fact that most of 
their players are returning. Their rookies got a lot of valuable experi- 
ence. Next season look forward to a stronger, faster team which could 
well end up being the team that is left standing when the dust settles. 



As we have plainly seen, Lehigh's football team suffered many injuries in '89. 
Offensively, their main loss was Keith Petzold, who was injured at the Bucknell 
game. Defensively, however, there were numerous injuries including sophomores 
Pete Sczerbinski and Ben Taylor, junior Razi Howe, and senior Dave Rosen. 
Injuries certainly had a negative impact on the season, but the reserves played 
strongly and Lehigh's sea.son cimtinued on track. 



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With a final record of 7-11-2, the Lehigh University Field Hockey team also 
played better than their record shows. As a team that is comprised of players 
that need to work together, they did a very good job of showing just how 
important leadership can be. 

Maggie Quinn ('90), above, is shown giving her usual 110%. Maggie was one 
of the top players when it comes to dedication to the team, spirit, leadership, 
and all the qualities needed to be a strong, consistent, well-rounded, team 
player. 

With support from the fans on the sidelines and players on the bench, the 
Field Hockey team was a team to admire for it's teamwork and grit. 



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Ron Katzman looks on and awaits the struggle as Phil Pringle stays on his man. Ron and Phil are both sophomores this year. Ron is a half- 
back and a future starter. He even started some games this year. Phil is a full back. 

The team had a disappointing season, going 8-8-1, missing the conference playoffs. One bright spot were the freshman. There were Five of 
them starting by the end of the season. The six graduating seniors are Chris Cameron, Mike Skalski, Scott Evans, Mike Mott. Tim McWilliams, 
and Kyle Boschen. Kyle was named to the All American team as a junior, in addition to being named to the AW Region 3 times, All ECC 3 times, 
and the first team 2 vears in a row. 



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Preparing themselves physically and mentally for 
the challenging meets held during the season, the 
men's cross-country team worked hard to do the best 
they could. Set and determined, senior co-captains 
Paul VanWaganen and Robert Craig led the men's 
squad. Other leading veterans used their experi- 
ence and leadership to help guide the new talent of 
the upcoming freshman. 

' Into their 68th season, the men's cross-country 
team had three meets that Coach Covert thought 
were their best run of their season. The Paul Short 
Memorial Run, the Colonial League Tournament, and 
the dual meet verse Lafayette. 

In the Paul Short Memorial Run, Lehigh placed 
10th out of 25 of some of the best teams in the 
country. The top finishers in this race were seniors 
Paul VanWagenen and Jim Gross, sophomore Drew 
Vanderbrul, and freshman Pete Bennitt. 

During the Colonial League Tournament held at 
Bucknell, Lehigh faced some tough competition from 
Bucknell who dominated the race, Lafayette and 
Colgate. They finished strongly in second place. 

One of the most exciting victories in a dual meet 
that the team accomplished was when the team 
continued their victory over the Lafayette Leopards. 
They won with a score of 32-25. 

The men's cross-country team took fourth place 
overall in the East Coast Conference. Lehigh's top 
runner in the ECC's was senior Paul VanWagenen 
who finished 15th to lead the men. Paul ran with a 
nagging injury during the race but in turn finished 
very well. 

Lehigh will be looking forward to the future sea- 
sons due to the rising talent of the current under- 
classmen. The underclassmen helped fill in the links 
needed to carry the team through because of all the 
injuries that the top runners received this season. 

Paul VanWagenen was quoted saying, "With un- 
derclassmen performing like they have been, it's an 
excellent sign for the future." The underclassmen 
gained a lot of experience this past season which 
shows Coach Covert that they have a bright future. 

Quoted in the Brown and White, Coach Covert had 
said, "Cross-country is like any other individual 
sport. Different people rise to their peak at diffei'ent 
times. All season long, we've had only 2 or 3 men run 
good races in meets which spells out mediocrity for 
the team." Cross-country is a sport in which you 
need 4 runners to have a team qualify. 

To finish off a rough season, the cross-country 
team was invited to participate in an international 
cross-country race held in Bermuda. It was good 
experience and a well deserved break. 




The Lehigh Engineers are always quicl< on their feet. Lawrence .^rico, number 
32, and Horace Hamm, number .5, pictured here, use their experienced ball- 
handling to return a kickoff. 

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Donne VanFleet, a senior four year starter positions herself for a 
shot in this photo. Voted Most Consistent ['layer by her fellow 
teammates, VanFleet enjoyed a very Rood personal season. The 
team's overall record was S14-1 after a very tough season. The 
season began with a head coach leaving during the summer but 
was lifted through some very emotional wins including Delaware 
twice and a great game against nationally ranked Temple Uni- 
versity. 



Barb Metaxas gets 
down for a low shot 
in a valiant attempt 
to save the point. 
Metaxas, a fresh- 
man, enjoyed a 
great season person- 
ally although the 
team as a whole 
was plagued with 
many injuries. 






Jen Jacobson reaches for a serve during a 
match this fall. The Lehigh women's tennis 
team enjoyed considerable success during the 
1989 season with a 6-4 record. Because the 
team switched from the ECC to the Patriot 
League, they were able to play in, and win, both 
the ECC Championships and the Patriot League 
tournament. Coach Patti Smith said, "The girls 
really took off and started rolling this year." 
The team was led by Jacobson, the captain 
(shown), and Paula Gross. This record of suc- 
cess is a tradition for the squad which has won 
the ECC title five of the last eight years. 



The women's cross country team came back 
from a rough beginning to perform quite well due 
to the efforts of such senior leaders as captains 
Nancy Sayre and Laurie Parton, Hope Goldhaber, 
and grad student Ayres Boswell. 

Some of the season's highlights included a 
strong third place finish in the Colonial League 
tournament, victory at the Trenton State Invita- 
tionals, and Ayres Boswell's first place finish in 
the ECC championships. This was the second year 
a Lehigh runner claimed the title, Hope Gold- 
haber having done so last year. 

Boswell described her victory in the ECC's as 
"an incredible dream of mine." This victory was 
the pinnacle of her final season as a Lehigh 
runner. Boswell had run track in high school and 
began running cross country as a sophomore here 
at Lehigh, allowing her to compete this season. 

"I came to graduate school here partially be- 
cause of a desire to run track for Lehigh." This 
season was a culmination of her ambitions as a 
runner. "I thought I could do it [running the 
ECC's), but I was not sure. I was really hoping to 
finish off with a bang." She cited the memory of 
her father, who had supported her running very 
strongly, as a huge aid in her running. "I really 
did it in his memory. It was an inspiration for my 
running throughout the season." 

Coach John Covert was also very pleased with 
the season. "I thought it was really great. We had 
lost some of our head performers, but we're only 
in our fifth season and I am very pleased with the 
team." 






On Saturday, February 24 at Stabler Arena, everyone at 
the Lehigh women's basketball game was keeping a close 
eye on Sherie Androlewicz, counting her every point. 

So when the senior point guard from New Jersey hit a 
10 foot jumper near the end of the first half against 
Drexel, almost everyone knew that she had just become 
the all-time leading scorer in Lehigh women's basketball 
history. 

The only person who didn't know was Sherie An- 
drolewicz. "I wasn't really keeping track of my points 
because it was such a big game with Drexel," she said. 
"When I made that shot, I really didn't know until 1 heard 
the crowd cheering extra loud and Jen hugged me. That 
was when I knew I had done it." 

Androlewicz surpassed Shawn Steward's record of 1,638 
points and, with 17 points on the night, currently has 1,646 
points in an Engineer uniform. She is also Lehigh's all- 
time assists leader with 562 at this point. 

"I've been trying to keep calm about it, because the 
whole team has just played with great effort this year," 
Androlewicz said. "It's definitely a great feeling, though, 
and something I'll always remember." 

Though the team didn't really need any extra incentive 
in the Drexel game against a team that had won sixteen 
straight. Lehigh won 73-51. 

As many people know by now, Sherie A., a finance 
major in Lehigh's College of Business and Economics, 
doesn't put much emphasis on her personal statistics. Yet 
everyone had been mentioning the forthcoming record 
lately, and in a sense, she's glad the hype is over. 

"At the beginning of the season, it was a question mark 
and I really didn't think about it, but the points started 
coming and a lot of people were talking about it . . . I'm 
glad I got to do it in front of the home crowd." 

(reprinted with permission from the Brown & White) 






Lehigh University si<i team member Peter Cherichetti slices through the final 
gate of this run in an attempt to lead the Engineers to victory. Cherichetti, a 
freshman, will be returning next season. 






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University men's swim 
team strol<es his way to 
the finish line in hopes of 
an Kngineer victory. The 
swim team capped the 
1989-90 campaign with a 9- 
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At the beginning of the men's basl<etball season, coach David 
Dul<e found himself in the unenviable position of leading a team 
pici<ed for seventh in the ECC. 

"Getting picked seventh was a motivational thing for me," he 
said. 

That was the beginning of the season. Since then, Duke led the 
Engineers to a 16-11 record, a tie for first in the ECC, and the 
conference title game, all in just his second year as head coach. This 
effort was good enough to earn him top coach honors in the ECC. 
The award was given by the same people who regarded the Engi- 
neers so lightly in November, 

Senior guard and four year starter, tri-captain Scott Layer ac- 
credited Duke with the team's success. "He's up front. He'll tell you 
things you don't want to hear ... he treats us like equals." 

One thing is for sure: nobody will underestimate Duke in the 
future. 



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The 1989-90 season saw Lehigh move into undisputed possession of fifth place 
in N'CAA wrestling titles with Matt Ruppel's NCAA victory. Eighteen of the 
Engineers have taken 24 crowns, a figure topped only by Oklahoma St., 
Oklahoma, Iowa St., and Iowa. 




Sophomore Jennifer Canavan led the Lehigh women's swimming 
team during the 1989-90 campaign with 13 individual victories 
and a spot on eight winning relay teams. 



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John Epperly was one of 
six Engineer wrestlers to 
post a winning record in 
the 1989-90 campaign. The 
senior lightweight finished 
19-6. However his quest for 
a third EIWA crown was 
halted after one bout be- 
cause of a knee injury. 




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Susan Jindra, Nancy Sayre, and Jenny Lee led the Lehigh 
University women's indoor track squad during the 1989-90 com- 
petition. Jindra, a junior, gained a second straight ECC champi- 
onship while winning five times in the long jump. Lee, a fresh- 
man, took four triple jumps and one 60 yard dash. Sayre, a 
senior, was first twice in the 880 and once in the 1000 and on 
three winning relay units. The Engineers finished the season 
with a 2-2 mark. 



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Freshman Tara Gould drives baseline for the hoop. Gould was a starter this year 
for the Engineer's girls basketball team. She was named to the conference All- 
Rookie team this season. 



The Lehigh ski team had a remarkable season in 1989-90. The squad 
didn't lose a race and finished first overall. (Pictured left to right - 
Todd Aronson, Todd Schanzlin, and Christopher Lory.) 





Men's swimming finished a banner season with the annual East 
Coast Conference championships at Lafayette. Placing fourth with 'i'H) 
points, Lehigh had strong individual performances. 

The season as a whole was a success for the team. According to 
Junior Paul Littlefield, "It was a great .sea.son!" 




Lehigh men's diving chal- 
lenged their opponents in 
many meets including one at 
East Stroudsburg I'niversity. 
This event was especially ex- 
citing for Sophomore Dean 
Manning. 

He broke both the team re- 
cord and his personal record 
with a score of 275.41). 



The 1989-1990 Lehigh Engineer's basketball season was a 
new beginning for most of the team and their coach, David 
Duke. Duke stared out leading an 0-3 team (who was picked 
to finish seventh in a preseason poll of the East Coast 
Conference), to many well deserved victories. 

The team's added depth over the year was a major factor 
in the Engineers' turnaround. The leadership of Senior tri- 
captains Scott Layer, Neal Fenton and Peter Rudman is the 
reason for this depth. 

In the four years that the three players have been on the 
team, the Engineers have had the most wins in Lehigh 
history. In their sophomore year they guided their team to a 
21-10 record, the Engineers best record. The second best 
record, of 18 wins, came this year to the captains. 

Scott Layer, a four year starter and two-time captain had 
been Lehigh's playmaker and defensive stopper. In a league 
packed with top-caliber guards, Layer has always relished 
the challenge of stopping them. 

He has proven himself up to the task, especially this year. 
He has held 20-point-per-game scorers, Mike Joseph and Kirk 
Lee, to four and fifteen poins, respectively, on a combined 
six-for-thirty shooting. 

Reflecting back on Senior Night, Layer stated, "I guess I 
was a little sad. It was my last time playing in Stabler. It's 
been four years with many peaks and valleys." 

The same holds true for Senior point guard Neal Fenton, 
who transferred to Lehigh from Navy three years ago. A 
part-time starter and sixth man last year, Fenton has be- 
come one of the best sixth men in the league this season. 

He set the Stabler Center assist record of 12 against 
Delaware and is among the team's leaders in shooting, free- 
throw shooting, steals and assists. 

"These few years have been great," Fenton said. "Having 
the opportunity to be a part of bringing the program back to 
the success it had enjoyed in years past, is what it's all 
about." Like Fenton, Senior reserve guard Peter Rudman has 
become a valuable contributor off the bench. A three-point 
bomber with unlimited range, he had especially started to 
come along recently. 

He was 7-8 from three in his last four games and has been 
a key contributor to Lehigh's 3-1 record in that span. 

Coach Duke stated, "The great chemistry of these three 
guys combined with their outstanding leadership skills and 
wonderful personality, has developed a strong team." 



Matt Ruppel is this years leading contender for the 
NCAA's 190 pound class. Ruppel is undefeated this 
season with one tie, that coming against Iowa State. 
Ruppel is ranked number one in the nation and cur- 
rently a junior in the Business School. Ruppel hails 
from Deerlodge, Montana, where he started wrestling 
at the age of seven. In high school he lettered in 
Football and wrestling and was an honor student. 
While in high school he went to the junior world 
freestyle wrestling championships in Schif Ferstadt, 
West Germany, and took second place in the world. 
Ruppel finished highest on the American team. Rup- 
pel finished high school as a four time state finalist. 
Recruited by such schools as Iowa, Ohio State, Okla- 
homa, and Wisconsin, Ruppel chose Lehigh. This is 
Ruppel's third year wrestling at Lehigh, but his first 
being ranked first in the nation. He has an undefeat- 
ed season in which he is very pleased with. Ruppel 
considers his best match of the year to be against Joe 
Stafford of Oklahoma at the AU-Star meet. Currently, 
Ruppel is training himself for the NCAA's, which to 
him is everything. According to Ruppel, a wrestler 
can have a good or bad season, but winning the 
NCAA's says it all. Ruppel enjoys travelling and ex- 
ploring during his free time, whether it is a trip to a 
foreign country, or backpacking in the mountains. He 
considers himself a very diverse person, switching 
gears between his wrestling mode and his academic 
mode. He is a student-athlete who has been able to 
keep his GPA above 3.5 while still being a number 
one ranked wrestler. 

Ruppel is a responsible, mature young man with 
many plans for the future. Ruppel owes his responsi- 
bility to his mother, who gave him the freedom to go 
in his own direction. Ruppel guides his life "to re- 
specting everyone, and fearing no one." 





Led by coach David Duke, the Lehigh Engineer basl<etball team 
advanced to the finals of the East Conference men's basi<etball tourna- 
ment with a final record of 16-11 overall and 8-6 in the ECC. In the 
finals, the Engineers met the tournament host, the Towson State Tigers 
for the second time in three years. Towson State stole the NCAA bid 
from a determined Lehigh squad. Two of the heroes on the team were 
sophomore Bob Krizansky (above) and senior captain Scott Layer. 
Krizansky scored 45 points in the first two games of the tourney and led 
us to victory in both games. Layer hit the winning shot in the waning 
seconds of the quarterfinal game against Drexel. 

Above, Jay Hipps streaks down the court for a layup during a contest 
against Delaware. 



The Lehigh University women's swim 
team set three school records in spite of a 
sixth place finish at the ECC champion- 
ships. The relay team set the school records 
in the 400 yard medley relay, and the 400 
and 800 freestyle realy. Co-captain juniors 
Sharon Rietz and Suzie Johnson, alonj? with 
their teammates, were very pleased with 
their performance. As freshmen Megan 
Eves .said, "The sixth place finish is mis- 
leading because we all did well and had a 
lot of personal bests." 





The success of a team depends upon the 
ability and drive of the players. School support, 
however, adds a lot to the game. Cheerleaders 
have been and continue to be, an important 
part of raising spirit. "Down, Down, Down the 
Floor. Raise, raise, raise the score. Down the 
floor, raise the score, we want more!" Cheers 
like this, helped to rev up the crowd at Lehigh 
University basketball games this season. The 
Lehigh cheerleaders are a highly talented 
team. With their spirit and spunk they brought 
down the hou.se. The basketball team, depend- 
ed on the spirit that the cheerleaders spread 
throughout the crowds especially when things 
got rough. The Lehigh cheerleading squad had 
a fun year with Senior co-captains Renee Rizzo 
and Tom Mostek anchoring the group of highly 
talented cheerleaders. This year's squad in- 
cluded: Gary Sadavage, Greg Titus, Cynthia 
Roccaforte, plus .seven freshmen, including Jes- 
sica Edwards, Christina Gullo, Sarah Klingle, 
Kathy .'Vlitchell, Rosalie Torrea, Sonny Rut- 
kowski, and Greg Saunders. Three cheers for 
the '89-'90 Lehigh University cheerleaders. 



Dean Manning prepares to do a forward two 
and a half pike. Dean has broken Lehigh 
records for the 1 and 3 meter boards. "I owe 
a lot of my success to Coach Frank Donnel- 
ly. He really pushed me to do my best." 
Other team members include Mike Reph, 
Carl Sumi and Alyssa Lasko. 





Sandy Hume powers up from underneath in the victorious home game against Delaware. Sandy is a senior, but 
will he playing again next year. She was out for two and a half years after having two knee surgeries, but is back 
this year and is having a great season. Sandy was named to the first team All Conference. In addition, Sandy is 
one of the team captains, along with seniors Sherie Androlewicz, and Jeanne .Mooney. These three have been 
nicknamed the three muskateers. and are all big scorers. Other starterts include junior Jen Siemaszko and 
freshman Tara Gould, who was named to the All Rookie team. Hope Pelicane, Lori Lynch, Wendy Taylor, and 
Stacy Viotto are all players who were strong contributors off the bench. The girls squad has had a successful 
season this year. Their record is 21-7, which is a great improvement over last years 7-21. The team finished 
second in the ECC and lost in the semi-finals of the conference tournament to Delaware. 



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A Lehigh swimmer ascends to the surface during a practice at 
Taylor Gym. The Engineers relied on their team dedication and 
rigorous work ethic to take them to a successful season in 1989-90. 



All over campus, you can hear people making excuses 
for not participating in a varsity sport. "There is no time," 
they say. According to Robert Wainwright, participating in 
a varsity sport has increased the valuability of his time 
and has increased his interests in all Lehigh has to offer. 

Bob Wainwright, a senior bio major, has been a pole 
vaulter since his freshman year of high school. Since then 
he has learned to budget his time carefully. Bob has found 
time for academics, athletics, and time to be a gryphon, as 
he was last year. The opportunity to pursue challenges, 
both academic and athletic, is what led him here to 
Lehigh. 

As a sophomore Bob placed second in the East Coast 
Conference championships, a feat he has yet to equal. 
Back injuries hindered him as a freshman and as a junior. 

During the spring of 1989, Bob was awarded the Most 
Valuable Field Event Trophy for receiving the most points 
during a meet. This trophy meant the most to him because 
it meant that he had been recognized as a valuable mem- 
ber of the team. It also meant pressure to perform at this 
level for the rest of his career. Bob says he thrives on that 
pressure, it is what keeps him out there. 

This season, Wainwright, who lives in Brielle, N.J., 
placed second on the team in individual victories with 
three in the pole vault. He capped off his Lehigh career 
with a strong showing. 

While here at Lehigh, Bob has been an active member 
in the theater department and has continued his interests 
in playing the saxophone, photography, and skiing. Bob 
has certainly proved the critics wrong. Lehigh has a lot 
more to offer than people think. Bob has gotten the most 
out of his tuition, in athletics as well as academics. 




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Racing down the course, a Lehigh Skier cuts through the gate in 
hopes of a good time. The Engineer ski team practiced at Blue 
Mountain during the season. 



This year's wrestling season had 
it's ups and downs. The team com- 
peted in fifteen dual meets hav- 
ing mixed success. Pictured here 
is sophomore Len Combs, who 
wrestled at 118 lbs. This year 
Combs was a piacewinner In the 
Trenton State tournament. He 
captured fourth in this event. 
Other results: Rick Hartman, 126 
(fifth): John Epperly, 134 (first): 
Jim Benson, 177 (third); Matt 
Ruppel, 190 (first); and John Mor- 
ris, hwt (first). 




Lehigh men's basketball team had a strong season In 1989-90. 
Pictured here is sophomore Jay Hipps, the team's sixth man. 
Hipps is hoping to become a starter next season. 



This year's women's basketball team had another highly successful season. Pictured above 
is senior forward Sandy Hume, she was a returning letter winner and co-captain of this 
year's team. 



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Sophomore Dozie Mbonu goes up for twtT points in a big game against 
Delaware University. Mbonu helped lead the Engineer's basketball team to 
the East Coast Conference Championships. 



Becoming good friends during the season, Senior and Captain Bill Mueller 
and freshman Shane Guenes show that even the hard work required to win 
a race can include a little bit of fun. Congratulations to the Lehigh 
Engineer team for finishing up with a great season. 



A Lehigh Engineer 
wrestler avoids a 
pin by trying to es- 
cape from the 
grasps of his oppo- 
nent during a 
match. This wres- 
tler shows the main 
ingredient of wres- 
tling here: determi- 
nation. 




Physically reaching the heights of moti- 
vation, the Lehigh Engineer Cheerlead- 
ers proved they could cheer with one - 
hundred percent spirit. As the enthusi- 
asm in the cheerleaders increases, you 
could feel the spirit in the crowd do the 
same. Here, the cheerleaders prepared 
themselves for a pyramid used during 
many of the routines performed during 
the basketball games. These cheers 
helped lead the Engineer's to a victori- 
ous season. 



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Jennifer Siemaszko, a junior fnim Spring 
Lake Heights, NJ, stands tail here on 
defense. Siemaszko, is an even 6 feet tall 
and a very valuable player on the squad. 
Jen starts at center and is a very strong 
rebounder on the team. The women's 
basketball team enjoyed a strong season 
with very few injuries and made an im- 
pressive showing in the ECC's. 



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Here, John Epperly, a Lehigh grad student fixes his head gear as he focuses intently on his 
opponent. He enjoyed an excellent season finishing 19-5. The end of his season was plagued 
with injuries as he tore a ligament in his knee. Next year look for John as an assistant coach on 
the squad. 




Senior Todd Eardensohn takes third in 
the slalom. Todd had an excellent season, 
but ended on a down note with a recur- 
rent knee injury. The club did extremely 
well this year taking fourth which quali- 
fied them for the regionals. The club 
races in the National Collegiate Skiing 
Association with such other colleges as 
Princeton, Rutgers, Montclair St., and La- 
fayette. The men's club won all four of 
their tournaments, and the women's club 
finished fourth overall. Junior Regina 
Borgia finished second overall in her first 
year in the club. Freshman Peter Karake- 
tie was a standout this year taking third 
overall in the league. Amongst seniors, 
besides Todd, the team is also losing Todd 
Schanzlin and Nicole Sordi, three valu- 
able members of the club. The ski team 
has been around for seven years and is 
going strong. All are welcome to try out 
for the team, although competition is 
very tough. Next year, look for the team 
in the regionals once again, as they have 
a strong and young team. 




The men's swim team enjoyed an excel- 
lent season finishing with a 9-2 record 
during the winter season. The team fin- 
ished fourth overall in the ECC tourna- 
ment, with many individual first place 
victories. 



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Pictured are several members of the Lehigh University Men's 
Swim Team, who enjoyed an excellent campaign this season. 
Led by twin brothers Paul and Dave Littlefield, Jeff Roddin, 
Jeff Bannick, and Dean Manning, the Engineers stormed to a 9- 
2 record for the regular 1989-1990 season. Paul Littlefield of 
Englewood, New Jersey, took 19 first place finishes, including 
the East Coast Conference 200 free championships, while broth- 
er Dave was a winner 10 times. Both brothers concentrated 
mainly on freestyle competition. Jeff Roddin, of Woodhaven, 
Michigan, grabbed 16 first places including seven each in 200 IM 
and 200 butterfly events. Jeff Bannink of Holland, Michigan, 
won nine including the East Coast Conference 1,650 crown in 
freestyle, while teammate Dean Manning of Glastonbury, Con- 
necticut, captured eight in diving. Four-time victors were Peter 
Duggan of North Huntington, Pennsylvania, three of them in 
the 50 free; Steve Hatkin of Hamden, Connecticut, in the 200 
breaststroke; and Eric Fauerbach of Columbus, Indiana, three 
of them in the 200 backstroke. Matt Goodrich of Glens Falls, 
New York, and Bill Mueller of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, each 
won a pair of freestyle events. Tim Abbott of Southampton, 
Pennsylvania, won twice in the 200 breaststroke and Bill Smith 
of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, won once in freestyle. Many of 
these swimmers, along with Vince Tsai of Yardley, Pennsylva- 
nia, Shane Geunes of Pennsburg, Pennsylvania, and Glenn Neu- 
feld of East Windsor, New Jersey, also helped post 15 relay 
victories including the East Coast Conference 800 freestyle 
championship with a team comprised of Roddin, Bannink, and 
the Littlefield twins. The Engineers, who were coached for the 
first year by Chris Marshall, defeated Gettysburg, Rider, Johns 
Hopkins, Delaware, Towson State, Rutgers, East Stroudsburg, 
Lafayette, and Bucknell, and finished fourth in the East Coast 
Conference tournament. The only two losses of the season came 
against Fordham and Drexel. 




The pressure is on for this Lady Engineer as she releases a high arcing free 
throw in an effort to help the Lehigh University Women's Basketball team 
to a win against conference rival Delaware University. For their strong 
efforts, the Lady Engineers were rewarded with a solid 21-8 1989-90 
season. 



Lehigh University skier Tiffany Kuzon plants her pole to change direction 
as she negotiates her way in between many obstacles on the way down the 
snow-covered mountain. Tiffany is in her first season as a member of the 
1989-1990 Lady Engineers ski team. 





Mens basketball player, Bob Krizansky has been an excellent asset to this 
years team. Not only was he a hlRh scorer, but he is considered one of the 
Kngineer's heroes. In the first two games of the ECC's against Bucknell and 
Drexel he helped score 45 points. Krizansky was also named ECC player of the 
week. He was an important part of the team's success this year. 



"Whether it was through 
breaking a school record or 
reaching a personal goal the 
track team was successful and 
committed." 



Swim Coach Chris .Marshall talks to Sharon Reitz. Marshall who graduated 
from Lehigh in 1988 has been an essential addition to the Lehigh Lniversi- 
ty's swim team this year. The team members describe Marshall as, "very 
supportive both in and out of the water. He is an outgoing person who Is 
extremely enthusiastic." Coach Marshall gives a positive outlook for the 
swim team's future. 



Matt Ruppel put together the finest season in fifty-one years of Lehigh Tniversily 
wrestling during the 1989-90 campaign. He finished with a ;)?-()- 1 mark, climaxed 
by the NCAA championship at 190 pounds. He became the first Lehigh wrestler to 
win a national title at 190 pounds. He now holds the school record for most 
victories in a year, bettering the old mark of 32. 





The 1990 Lehigh Engineers softball team had a banner season. 
They challenged their opponents in many meets. 

Though all the girls are especially talented, Lehigh softball fans 
saw a rising star this season with pitcher Jennifer Frame. This 
sophomore has given Lehigh a glimpse of what looks like a promis- 
ing career. 

She has helped the team succeed in numerous games. Her 
teammates agree that she is the bright spot for Lehigh. 

Last season Jennifer Frame had the best record on the staff as a 
freshman (6-4 with a 3,06 earned run average.) 

Commenting on a disappointing game against LaSalle Universi- 
ty, Frame said, "They (LaSalle) hit the ball very well. They were 
very aggressive at bat, and that put us in a hole right away. Being 
the home team, we really weren't expecting them to come out so 
strong." 

Giving credit to her fellow teammates Frame said, "We did a 
really good job of coming back from the first game. We could have 
just folded, but our caliber of defense was much better, and we 
almost pulled it out." 

"We had a couple of errors toward the end, but that didn't really 
cause us to lose the game," Frame added. 

Frame turned in a good performance, as well, in a softball game 
against Bucknell. The sophomore pitcher allowed the Lady Buck- 
nell Bison's just five hits. Her record fell though to 2-6. 

Frame said, "We played good defense." Bucknell was able to 
score without the benefits of any hits, however. A disappointed 
Frame walked two batters, and they both scored on wild pitches. 

Frame could not lead the Lady Engineers into action all by 
herself. The girls enthusiasm and teamwork is what allows them 
to be as victorious as they have been in the past. 

Using their experience and leadership to help guide the new 
talent of upcoming freshman, the upperclassmen are truly stars. 
They include Senior captain and rightfielder Terri Ferrari, Senior 
shortstop Kelly Martin, Senior Lori Getts, Junior second baseman 
Lisa Mignault, and Junior centerfielder Alicia Zarouni to name a 
few. 

Like the other Lady Engineers, Zarouni feels bad about a lose 
when it occurs, "We play very well against tough teams, but come 
up with hard luck losses." 

Coach Tammy Danner hopes Lehigh fans will be looking for- 




ward to future seasons. You can definitely expect another great 
softball season to follow with players such as Jennifer Frame 
on the team. 





Kelli Delaney, a junior, 
along with sophomore 
Ann Weitzman, led the 
Lehigh University 
women's Lacrosse at- 
tack. Kelli was also one 
of the top scorers in the 
East Coast Conference. 
During the game 
against the University 
of Pennsylvania, Kelli 
paced the team with 
five goals and four as- 
sists. This is just a frac- 
tion of all she has done 
for the team. 



Junior Ron Reybitz, the starting first baseman for 
the Engineers, tosses the ball around in a pre game 
warmup. 




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The LI" men's tennis team finished with an even 7-7 mark. The 
Engineers were paced by underclassmen and will be a force to be 
reckoned with in the seasons to come. 





When the golf team arrived in Vass, N.C. to begin spring preparation for 
the season, no one dared predict what would happen. 

What did happen those three days at Woodlake Country Club wasn't 
pretty, in fact, the only thing worse than the golf in Vass was the night 
life. .Anxious to start again, the team moved down the road to Charleston, 
S.C, where Baptist Bible College and the Big South tournament awaited. 

Motivated by the inspirational speeches of rookie Coach Kelly "Stogie" 
Gutshall, the Engineers played three sensational rounds of golf, winning 
the tournament handily. Off to a great start, the team was ready to go 
north to battle for the top in the highly competitive East Coast Conference. 

Wins over St. Joe's and Drexel got the team off on the right foot. The 
highlight of the match was a hole in one by Lehigh sophomore "Savage" 
Thomas Clydesdale, .\sked later for his reaction, Clydesdale proclaimed, 
"it was a pippin!" 

With two wins under their belt, the Lehigh golf team, brimming with 
confidence, won eight out of their next nine matches, including victories 
over ECC rivals Lafayette, Bucknell, and LaSalle. Leading the way for 
Lehigh was junior captain Scott "Chuckles" Fergu.son and freshman John 
"fine Young" Logue. Consistently in the 70'sm the two played their way 
into the upper echelon of golfers in the conference. 

Also playing well for the Engineers were sophomores Clydesdale and 
Dave "the slasher" Strassburger. Posting scores consistently in the high 
70's, the tandem solidified the team's third and fourth seeds. Asked the 
key to their success, the pair responded, "we owe it all to Logue." 

After a strong third place finish in the Patriot League tournament, the 
team seemed to be on the verge of a breakthrough. From seeds one to 
seven, the squad was playing good golf. Junior Spud Udell, sophomore Mike 
"muscles" McGovern, and freshman Sean Markey were consistently throw- 
ing up competitive numbers to put the team over the top. It all came 
together at the East Stroudsburg Invitational, as Ferguson shot a one 
under par 71 to lead the squad to its first ever tournament victory. 

After returning home to thoroughly thrash Eastern powerhouse Villan- 
ova at Saucon Valley Country Club, the team set its sights on avenging its 
only loss to hated Delaware at the ECC championship at Pocono Manor 
Club. 

And the revenge was sweet. The Engineers fought through high winds 
and drenching rains to win their first East Coast Conference Championship 
ever by nine shots over Delaware and thirteen over Bucknell. Individual 
champion Ferguson shot a one over par 73, Markey shot 75, Strassburger 
shot 77, Logue shot 79, and Clydesdale shot 82 for a net total of 304. The 
victory marked the climax of a 14-1 season for the team, the best in recent 
memory. 

When it was all over for the golf team, they stopped and reflected upon 
their remarkable season. It may have been best summed up by Strass- 
burger when he quipped, "we owe out success this season to hard work, 
late nights, and a very valuable rookie coach with a very cheap cigar," 



Senior T. Marc Jones battles with a defender for a loose ball in the 
opposition's zone. Jones' strong offensive attack helped pace the Engi- 
neers. 



Sophomore David Strassburger lashes one down the middle at Saucon Valley 
Country Club against arch rival ViUanova. Strass played at the number four 
position for the Engineers this season. 



Outstanding senior pitchers Dave Norwood and Greg 
Fritz were looked upon for strong leadership and strong 
performances during this season. Norwood and Fritz, 
came off of an outstanding season, forming an excellent 
righty-lefty duo. Both Norwood and Fritz were number 
one and two in the nation with Norwood posting a .36 
ERA and Fritz posting a .47 ERA. 

Norwood who was Baseball America's preseason pick 
as ECC player of the year graduated in January and is 
doing graduate work at Lehigh. He throws in the mid to 
high 80s, and says he will never be a power pitcher. He 
said, "I have good breaking stuff, and can get the ball 
over the plate consistently, which is the strongest point 
of my game." Norwood was also voted outstanding 
moundsman in the Atlantic Collegiate League. He was 
drafted in last June's free-agent draft by the Cleveland 
Indians. However, he rejected the offer in order to 
complete his education. He stated, "1 did not spend four 
years at Lehigh to come up one semester short. 1 was 
drafted in the late rounds, and 1 believe it would not be 
beneficial to leave school now." Norwood does plan to 
pursue pro ball in the future. Senior catcher Anthony 
Mirando said, "Dave and his control will be the corner- 
stone of our successful season." 

Fritz too, plans to keep up his baseball career. Al- 
though he feels he has a slim chance of getting drafted 
he plans to play in summer leagues. Fritz was very 
optimistic about this season. He stated, "We have a lot 
of experience coming back. This is the best team 1 have 
seen since I've been at Lehigh." Fritz was third in the 
conference in ERA last year however, he feels this year 
is his best year. He threw very well, had more playing 
time, and had a stable position in rotations. He was also 
the number two starter all year. Commenting on his 
performance this season Fritz stated, "1 think 1 did 
alright. I came into senior year wanting a good season 
and personally, I've pitched the best I've pitched in all 
four years. Fritz is both enthusiastic and hopeful about 
the Lehigh baseball team. He says what he has learned 
the most from his baseball experiences at Lehigh is, 
"Being able to take tough situations with a grain of 
salt. We haven't had a winning season since I've been 
here. I put up with the bad and have hope to pull 
through in the end." 

Both Norwood and Fritz will be missed next season. 
Their outstanding careers at Lehigh however, shows 
promising success for their future endeavors. 






Marty Droney attempts to evade a check by an opponent from Stonybrook 
as he fights his way downfield. Droney successfully avoids the defenseman 
en route to a tough loss. 







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"I felt like a cornerman at a prize fight," 
said head tennis coach Dave Shook. 

These are words Shook used to describe 
his role of providing exhausted and injured 
players with icepacks and water in the cou- 
rageous effort turned in by his freshman 
dominated squad at the East Coast Confer- 
ence tournament. 

The netters surprised the field by flirting 
with the championship crown while battling 
through excruciatingly long matches in the 
90 -f heat at the toi"-ney hosted by Rider 
College in New Jersey. 

Overall, the Engineers finished the com- 
petition in the very respectable position of 
third place, 10.5 points behind champion 
Bucknell and runner up Towson State. 

Individually, sophomore Eric Perlmutter 
turned in a stellar performance in both sin- 
gles and doubles. He emerged with the gold 
medal in the No. 5 singles slot and battled 
hard with freshman Darren Fogel in doubles 
competition. 

The team finished the year with an even 
7-7 mark. The yound engineers sent a mes- 
sage to the rest of the league that the men's 
tennis team is back and will be a force to be 
reckoned with in the not so distant future. 




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Senior pitcher Steve Bag- 
ley delivers a pitch as 
sophomore shortstop Pete 
Buckley prepares himself 
defensively. Bagley helped 
lead the Engineers in sev- 
eral non conference vic- 
tories during the season. 
The right hander has a 
good fa,sthall, but was most 
successful with his change 
of speeds. This not only 
confused the batter, but as 
they say in baseball, "it 
kept them honest." The 
Engineers finished the sea- 
son with a 9-14 mark. 



Sports 175 



The start of the Lehigh women's lacrosse team opened its 1990 season 
against the University of Virginia. Having to work hard for their shots 
during the game, UVA still dominated in the end. This seems to have held 
true through most of the season but they never gave up. They continued to 
fight throughout the season where they played in games that were consid- 
ered learning experiences in which ihe team found out where its weakness- 
es were. Next year, with a good deal of underclassman as rising stars, they 
can use what they have learned to their advantage. The team was aware 
of how tough the Engineers schedule was this season. No less than six top- 
20 teams were Lehigh opponents by the end. 

The 1990 team consisted of eleven returning letter winners with Anne 
Weitzman, Wendy Brookes, and Krista Groman as the top three scoring 
threats and senior captain Kim Brower. Having lost two all-conference 
stars. Coach Jackie Keeley hoped to fill the void from a crop of promising 
freshmen. Coach Keeley was in her first year as head coach of Lehigh. She 
was a two-time Ail-American performer at Ursinus and participated in the 
1989 World Cup Tournament along with assistant coach Jill Johnson. 
Wendy Brookes was quoted as saying early in the season, "We are lucky to 
have someone like Jackie Keeley as our coach because of her own experi- 
ence. She is so knowledgeable about lacrosse, I feel as if I have learned sc 
much from her already." 

One of their most exciting games of the season was their victory over 
Colgate, During this game, the Engineers had a miraculous comeback 
during the last five minutes of the game. Kelli Delaney pulled the team 
within one goal with only 4:50 minutes remaining. Krista Goman then 
scored to even it out with only 13 seconds left. She then scored the winning 
goal with only one tick remaining on the clock. Krista Groman and Anne 
Weitzman each had four goals, while Kelli Delaney, Wendy Brookes, and 
captain Kim Brower had two apiece. The Lehigh Engineers stunned the 
Colgate squad in the end. 

Samantha Heymen, a freshman member of the team, said that through- 
out the season she saw a lot of teams problems that had to do with 
individual's mental attitudes. It seemed that most of their loses were due to 
the members not having their whole total concentration on the game. She 
saw a big turn around of this problem during their game against Hofsta. 
For this game the team had to travel about five hours in ninety degree 
weather and also in traffic just to get there. By the time they arrived the 
team put mind over matter and ended up killing their opponents. This was 
a great victory for the team and put them on the right track for the rest of 
the season. The Lehigh Engineer team is looking forward to the seasons to 
come with all their newfound experience and their new coach. Best of luck. 



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Captain Scott Fer- 
guson prepares to 
tee off with assis- 
tant coach John 
Smeaton in the 
bacl<ground. "fer- 
gie" was a l<ey to 
the Engineer's suc- 
cess this season. He 
went on to become 
the ECC champion. 





176 



The men's tennis team this year was a freshman 
dominated squad. They only had four lettermen re- 
turning and rebuilding was one of their major con- 
cerns at the beginning of the season. The team stayed 
close to the top competitors and made a strong show- 
ing in their tournaments throughout the season. 




Number thirteen was not an un- 
lucky omen as Lehigh's golfer's 
had the most successful season in 
the school's history. They were 
victorious in 12 of II! matches and 
were able to avenge their only 
loss at the East Coast Conference 
Tournament with a win over Del- 
aware. 





Lehigh's track and field coach John Covert had plenty 
to worry about going into this Spring's season. His team 
was young and lacking in competitors in a few events. 
While the men's squad lacked experience, Covert was 
concerned that the women's team that set three school 
records lacks depth. 

To much of Covert's avail this young and up-in-coming 
team performed impressively. Freshman Cliff Cutter ran 
an East Coast Conference season-best 21.9 in the 200 and 
was tied for third with a 10.9 in the 100. Another bright 
spot was rookie, Hassan Young, who placed no. 2 in the 
400, having clocked a 49.0. 

The Engineer's success did not end with these two 
rookies. In fact, this is only where it began. Sophomore 
Steve Yaniga lead the hurdling crew with a season best 
54.7 in the 400 intermediates. Also posing as a threat in 
the ECC's were Dave Culhane in the long jump, and two 
seniors Rob Wainwright and Adam Bennett both of which 
competed in the pole vault. 

On the women's side Coach Covert's fears lied in the 
teams depth. In fact, Covert said, "we're still scratching to 
fill up all the holes and striving for the depth that makes 
a good team." 

Unfortunately, Covert had to deal with these leaks. The 
women's team was lead by junior Susan Jindra, Graduate 
student Ayres Boswell, freshman Jenny Lee, Sophomore 
Deanne D'Armiento and senior Nancy Sayre. 

Covert has high hopes for these performers as they 
battle through a tough schedule enroute to the ECC Tour- 
nament. 

Both squads struggled this spring but are looking for- 
ward to next season when some promising recruits put on 
the Brown and White. 



Jeff Haher cradles downfield as he prepares himself for a shot. 
Although the lacrosse team struggled this year, Haber's offensive 
talents were a bright spot on the team. 



Congratulations to the Lehigh men's tennis team for placing 
fourth in the first Patriot League Tennis Tournament held in 
April. Four of the players made it into the semi-finals in the 
singles competition. 



***Sports Extra*** 
Rob Varano Signs With Bengals 



Lehigh wide receiver Rob Varano got a tryout with the 
Cincinnati Bengals as a free agent and participated in their 
minicamp in Ohio. Varano, a graduate student was contacted by 
Bengals' receiving coach Tom Hutchinson after Cincinnati chose 
wide receivers for their fifth and 12th picks in the National 
Football League draft. 

"1 found out when the receiving coach called me and they 
made me an offer. It sounded good and after discussing it with 
my agent 1 began making arrangements. 1 had talked to them 
(the Bengals) before the draft and they had told me they were 
interested. They didn't know how the draft would go, but 
otherwise they said they liked my speed and game. The offer 
wasn't totally out of the blue," he said. 

Varano, who donned number 88 for the Engineers, was voted 
second team All- American for the 1989 season after catching 78 
passes, setting a Lehigh record and tying an '87 Patriot League 
record. Varano gained 1,133 yards and scored seven touchdowns 
on the season. 

The only other Lehigh player with more receiving yards in a 
single season was Steve Kreider of the 1977 Division II champi- 
ons. Ironically, Kreider went on to play for the Bengals after 
graduating from Lehigh. 

"I realize it's a long shot but nobody has given me the 
opportunity to go this far," Varano said. "I'm very glad to have 
this chance." 




Kelly Martin, the short- 
stop for the Lehigh 
women's Softball team, 
is shown after throwing 
the ball to first base in 
a try for the third out. 
The Softball team 
didn't have a very suc- 
cessful year, but they 
look forward to next 
season. 




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Freshman John "Fine Young" Logue belts a 
drive down the middle against East Strouds- 
burg. Logue will be of great help next season, 
as the golfers try to defend their ECC title. 









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Senior midfielder John 
Novack and Jeff Haber 
fight for possession of 
the loose ball following 
a face off. Next year 
the team looks to re- 
bound after a disap- 
pointing season. 



Sophomore Eric Perl- 
mutter strokes a back- 
hand from the baseline. 
Perlmutter played 
third singles and first 
doubles this season en 
route to the East Coast 
Conference tourna- 
ment. 




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Sophomore Pete Buckley takes in- 
field practice before a home 
game. The baseball team began 
the season playing against stiff 
competition in Florida. The team 
started off the season on a tear 
and evened out towards the end. 



Scorecard 





FOOTBALL 


(5-6) 




9/9 


at Fordham 


42-7 


W 


9/16 


Massachusetts 


23-42 


L 


9/23 


at Yale 


17-33 


L 


10/7 


at Harvard 


50-28 


W 


10/14 


at Bucknell 


52-6 


W 


10/21 


Northeastern 


33-13 


W 


10/28 


Wm. and Mary 


39-55 


L 


11/4 


at Colgate 


30-46 


L 


11/11 


Holy Cross 


16-55 


L 


11/18 


Lafayette 


21-36 


L 




SOCCER (8-8-1) 

9/2 at Monmouth 3-1 W 

9/6 at Lock Haven 2-2 T 

9/12 Moravian 4-1 W 

9/16 Hofstra 5-2 W 

9/25 at Delaware 4-0 W 

9/27 Rutgers 0-3 L 

9/30 Drexel 1-2 L 

10/4 St. Joseph's 3-0 W 

10/7 West Chester 4-1 W 

10/11 at Rider 0-2 L 

10/14 Colgate 0-1 L 

10/16 LaSalle 0-1 L 

10/18 at Temple 1-2 L 

10/22 Towson State 0-1 L 

10/25 at E. Stroudsburg 0-3 L 

10/28 Bucknell 2-1 W 

11/1 at Lafayette 1-0 W 



FIELD HOCKEY (7-11-2) 



MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (2-4) 



•w 'f'f' 



9/9 


West Chester 


1-3 


L 


9/14 


at St. Joseph's 


3-0 


W 


9/16 


at Ursinus 


2-1 


W 


9/26 


Princeton 


0-1 


L 


9/28 


Rider 


0-0 


T 


9/30 


at Delaware 


2-1 


W 


10/4 


at Drexel 


0-1 


L 


10/5 


Rutgers 


0-2 


L 


10/7 


Bucknell 


2-0 


W 


10/9 


at Boston College 


1-5 


L 


10/12 


at Hofstra 


0-2 


L 


10/15 


Penn State 


0-4 


L 


10/16 


at Towson State 


4-3 


W 


10/21 


Wm. and Mary 


3-4 


L 


10/22 


at Colgate 


3-2 


W 


10/24 


Lafayette 


2-5 


L 


10/26 


at Pennsylvania 


0-1 


L 


10/30 


Temple 


4-4 


T 


11/1 


ECC First Round 


3-1 


W 


11/4 


ECC Semis 


0-3 


L 



9/15 
9/24 



10/7 
10/14 

10/20 
10/28 
U/U 



Pennsylvania 
at Rider 
w/Delaware 
w/LaSalle 
w/Princeton 
Paul Short Run 
Col. League Tourn 
at Bucknell 
at Lafayette 
ECC at Hofstra 
IC4A at Yale 



44-18 L 

39-18 L 

19-39 W 

4.3-16 L 

39-20 L 
10th 



2nd 
25-32 

4th 
11th 



W 



WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (1-2) 



9/9 

9/17 
9/22 

10/7 
10/14 

10/20 
10/28 
11/11 



Lady Bear Invit. at 

Kutztown 

at Trenton St. Invit. 

Delaware 

w/Kutztown 

Paul Short Run 

Col. League Tourn. 

at Bucknell 

at Lafayette 

ECC at Hofstra 

ECAC at Yale 



3rd 
1st 
29-28 L 
22-34 W 

17th 

3rd 
35-22 L 
4th 
9th 




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VOLLEYBALL (6-28) 



at Penn State 

w/St. Bonnaventure 

Bucknell 

at Cen. Conn. Tourn. 

at Temple 

at Hofstra 

Rutgers 

at W. Chester 

at Towson State 

at Drexel 

LaSalle 

at Cornell Tourn. 

at Viilanova 

at Princeton 

Farleigh Dickenson 

Seton Hall 

Delaware 

Rider 

Col. League Tourn. 

at Fordham 

at Lafayette 

ECC First Round 



MEN'S SWIMMING (9-2) 



at Colonial Relay 

at Fordham 

at Gettysburg 

Rider 

Johns Hopkins 

Delaware 

at Towson State 

at Drexel 

Rutgers 

East Stroudsburg 

Lafayette 

Bucknell 

ECC at Lafayette 



0-3 


L 


3-0 


W 


3-1 


W 


6th 




0-3 


L 


0-3 


L 


0-3 


L 


3-1 


W 


0-3 


L 


0-3 


L 


2-3 


L 


OW-4 


L 


0-3 


L 


1-3 


L 


1-3 


\j 


0-3 


[j 


1-3 


1j 


0-3 


L 


lW-4 


Ij 


2-3 


L 


2-3 


L 


0-3 


L 


9-2) 




no scr 




96-144 


L 


136-69 


W 


155-84 


W 


146-96 


W 


145-100 


W 


145-95 


W 


104-138 


L 


142-101 


W 


168-70 


W 


161-82 


W 


144-99 


VV 


4th 





WOMEN'S TENNIS - FALL (6-4) 



9/9 Delaware 8-1 

9/10 Towson State 9-0 

9/12 at Rutgers 3-6 

9/16 Col. League Tourn. 1st 

9/19 Drexel 9-0 

9/21 Lafayette 8-1 

9/26 at Rider 9-0 

9/30 Eastern Tourn. no scr 

10/5 at Viilanova 4-5 

10/7 St. Johns 3-6 

10/8 Bucknell 9-0 

10/11 Pennsylvania 3-6 

10/14 ECC Tourney 1st 

WOMEN'S SWIMMING (4-8) 

11/4 at Colonial Relay no scr 

11/8 Bryn Mawr 181-101 

11/15 at Fordham 144-98 

11/20 at Gettysburg 71-134 

11/29 Rider 117-125 

12/2 Johns Hopkins 105-136 

1/13 at Bucknell 120-166 

1/17 Delaware 91-135 

1/20 at Towson State 145-91 

1/24 at Drexel 84-146 

1/27 Rutgers 130-101 

1/31 East Stroudsburg 152-55 

2/3 Lafayette 72-164 

2/8 ECC at Drexel 6th 

WOMEN'S INDOOR TRACK 

12/2 Mini Meet no scr 

12/10 at Cornell Relays no scr 

1/7 at Syracuse Invt'l no scr 

1/13 Lehigh Open #1 2nd 

1/20 at Greater Philly 3rd 

1/26 Lehigh Open #2 no scr 

1/28 at Princeton Relays no scr 

2/2 at Millrose Games no scr 

2/4 at Syracuse Open no scr 

2/10 at Lafayette 54-79 

2/17 Lehigh Invt'l no scr 

2/24 ECC's at Lehigh 4th 



W 

W 
L 

W 
W 
W 



W 

L 



W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

W 

W 

L 



WRESTLING (4-10-1) 

at Trenton State Open no scr 

Wrestle Offs Brown 19-11 

at Lock Haven Tourney 3rd 

at Las Vegas Invit. 10th 

East Stroudsburg 26-10 W 

at Midlands Tourney 13th 

at Iowa State 9-31 L 

at Iowa 3-47 L 

Michigan 9-33 L 

Wm. and Mary 21-25 L 

Brown 21-16 W 

NC State 18-18 T 

at Wilkes 17-21 L 

at Army 9-33 L 

at Navy 11-23 L 

Cornell 17-24 L 

at Syracuse 28-13 W 

Penn State 9-30 L 

Edinboro 17-19 L 

at Franklin & Marhsall 28-7 W 

EIWA at Wilkes 7th 

NCAA's at Maryland 17th 




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12/2 Mini Meet no scr 

12/10 at Cornell Relays no scr 

1/7 at Syracuse Invit. no scr 

1/13 Lehigh Open #1 2nd 

1/20 at Greater Philly 2nd 

1/26 Lehigh Open #2 no scr 

1/28 at Princeton Relays no scr 

2/2 at Millrose Games no scr 

2/4 at Syracuse Open no scr 

2/10 at Lafayette 82-63 

2/17 Lehigh Invit. no scr 

2/24 ECC's at Lehigh 5th 



W 







MEN'S BASKETBALL (18-11) 





BASEBALL (9 


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3/11 


Eckerd Coll. 










at St. Pete 




0-2 


L 


3/13 


Salem State 










at Tampa 




2-0 


W 


3/14 


Rhode Islanc 










at Tampa 




3-3 


T 


3/25 


Hofstra (2) 




1-2 

2-1 


L 
W 


3/27 


at Princeton 




2-11 


L 


4/5 


Moravian 




8-1 


W 


4/7 


at Towson State (2) 


1-0 


W 








7-4 


W(8) 


4/9 


Muhlenberg 




21-5 


W 


4/11 


at Pennsylvania 


8-5 


w 


4/12 


Long Island 




1-3 


L 


4/14 


at Lafayette 


(2) 


2-4 
2-4 


L 
L 


4/17 


Drexel (2) 




3-1 
2-5 


W 

L(8) 


4/20 


Rutgers 




0-15 


L 


4/22 


Rider (2) 




0-3 
5-7 


L 
L 


4/23 


at Delaware 


(2) 


7-13 
5-7 


L 
L 


4/27 


at Upsaia 




14-12 


W 


4/28 


at Bucknell 


:2) 


1-15 
6-16 


L 
L 


5/1 


at Scran ton 




9-1 


W 



11/19 
11/25 
11/28 
12/1-2 



12/5 
12/7 
12/27 



1/3 

1/4 

1/8 

1/13 

1/17 

1/20 

1/23 

1/27 

1/29 

1/31 

2/3 

2/5 

2/7 

2/10 

2/14 

2/17 

2/21 

2/24 

2/26 

3/3-6 



Toronto (exhibition) 

at Pennsylvania 

at Princeton 

at Stanford Invt'l 

vs. Stanford 

vs. Sthrn. Methodist 

Muhlenberg 

Colgate 

Palm Beach Classic 

vs. Miami 

vs. W. Virginia 

Albright 

at Army 

Brown 

Bucknell 

Rider 

at Delaware 

at Columbia 

Hofstra 

at Lafayette 

at Drexel 

Towson State 

Penn State 

at Bucknell 

at Rider 

Delaware 

Lafayette 

at Hofstra 

Drexel 

at Towson State 

ECC's at Towson State 

vs. Drexel 

vs. Bucknell 

vs. Towson State 



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64-69 
50-61 



59-82 L 

69-49 W 

103-77 W 

95-54 W 



83-59 
81-92 
80-52 
94-82 
96-83 
77-74 
85-63 
70-104 
76-71 
80-83 
69-74 
73-85 
87-69 
60-64 
84-71 
76-69 
95-91 
69-65 
60-64 
87-82 
82-92 

75-74 

73-67 

loss 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (21-8) 

W 11/19 Toronto (exhibition) 82-73 

L 11/25 at Dartmouth 74-83 

L 11/26 at Brown 74-83 

11/29 Pennsylvania 76-69 Wj 

12/5 Manhattan 65-64 wl 

12/7 Colgate 81-69 wl 

12/9 at Long Island 76-58 w| 

12/27 at LaSalle Tourn. 

vs UConn 65-85 

W vs Boston 55-68 

L vs Wright St. 88-65 

W 1/4 Princeton 73-65 

W 1/6 Yale 69-61 

W 1/7 Central Connecticut 62-79 

W 1/10 at George Mason 60-66 

W 1/13 Bucknell 93-78 

L 1/17 Rider 82-72 

W 1/20 at Delaware 44-61 

L 1/27 Hofstra 80-55 

L 1/29 at Lafayette 65-56 

L 2/1 at Drexel 50-62 

W 2/3 Towson State 76-67 

L 2/6 at Bucknell 76-63 

W 2/10 at Rider 92-76 

W 2/14 Delaware 76-63 

W 2/17 Lafayette 72-53 

W 2/21 at Hofstra 84-60 

W 2/24 Drexel 73-51 

W 2/26 at Twoson St 75-72 
L (OT 

3/1 ECC Tournament 

W Rider 81-63 

W Delaware 63-69 




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11-15 


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3/13 


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3/18 


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3/15 
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7-2 
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9-12 


L 




4/5 


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0-9 


L 




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3/31 


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17-16 


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4/7 


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4/4 


Franklin & Marshall 


7-21 


L 




4/11 


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4-5 


L 




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4/7 


Colgate 


8-18 


L 




4/20 


at Fordham 


3-6 


L 




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4/11 


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4/14 
4/21 
4/25 


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7-22 


L 
L 
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4/26 


at Lafayette 


3-6 


L 




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4/28 


Drexel 


11-7 


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3/18 
3/24 


Virginia 
Cornell 


5-14 
5-10 


L 
L 




4/7 


Queens 

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101-38 
101-11 




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3/27 


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11-6 


W 




4/13 


Lafayette 


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3/29 


Towson State 


11-8 


W 




4/21 


at Lafayette Invit. 


no scr 






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3/31 


Buckneli 


16-4 


W 




4/26 


at Penn Relays 


no scr 






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4/5 


at Princeton 


5-18 


L 




4/28 


at .Millersville Invit. 


no scr 






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^1 


4/7 


at Delaware 


4-7 


L 




5/5 


ECC at Towson State 


5th 






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4/10 


Pennsylvania 


14-17 


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4/13 
4/14 


Colgate 
Penn State 


15-14 
5-15 


W 
L 














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4/17 
4/21 
4/24 


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Loyola 

Drexel 


0-18 
6-12 
9-8 


L 
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7-8 


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4/28 

5/1 

5/3 


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at Lafayette 
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16-8 
6-15 
10-11 


W 
L 
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SOFTBALL 


(7-26) 






3/11 


Acquinas College 


4-2 
2-1 


w 
w 




GOLF (12-1 


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MEN'S OUTDOOR TRACK (1-0) 






3/13 


Barry Univ 


2-3 


L(ll) 


3/14 


Big South Tourn. 








3/24 


at Moravian Greyhound 


3rd 






3/15 
3/27 


1-11 
Swarthmore College 5-3 
at Princeton 0-3 


L 
W 
L 


3/27 


at South Carolina 
at St. Joseph's 
w/Drexel 


l.st 
407 
407 


435 
444 


W 
W 


3/30 

4/7 

4/13 


at Battleground Relays 
at Penn, w/Drexel 
Lafayette 


no scr 
no scr 
112-51 


W 




3/29 


LaSalle 


0-9 
1-7 


L 
L 


4/3 


Buckneli 
w/Ursinus 


418-431 
418-476 


W 
W 


4/21 

4/26 


at Lafayette Invit. 
at Penn Relays 


no scr 
no scr 










2-4 


L(8) 


4/5 


Muhlenberg 


434-452 


W 


4/28 


at Millersville Inv. 


no scr 






4/5 


Drexel 


0-8 


L 




w/Susquehanna 


434-447 


w 


5/5 


ECC at Towson State 


5th 






4/10 


Lafayette 


0-14 
0-4 


L 
L 


4/9 


at Drexel 
w/LaSalle 


396-411) 
396-411 


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w 












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10-5 


W 


4/11 


at Rider 


393-435 


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4/12 


St. Joseph's 


1-10 
1-0 


L 
W 


4/17 


w/Delaware 
Lafayette 


393-376 

406-450 


L 
W 


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4/1-1 


at Delaware 


0-5 
2-11 


L 
L 


4/21 
4/24 


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at East Stroudsburg 


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4/17 


Rider 


3-5 
0-6 


L 
L 


4/26 


East Stroudsburg 
w/Villanova 


397 
397 


406 
405 


W 
W 




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Fordham 


8-2 


W 


4/29 


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2-0 


W 




at Pocono Manor 


1st 










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1 :^1 


at Buckneli 
at Colgate 


0-3 
2-4 
2-4 


L 
L 
L 


3/11 


MEN'S TENNIS (7-7) 
at Tampa 


8-1 


w 


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Long Island 


2-10 

1-2 

0-6 


L 
L 
L 


3/12 
3/13 
3/15 


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at Fla. Intl 

at St. Leo 




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0-9 
6-3 


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L 

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1-6 


L 


3/16 


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0-9 


L 




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2-7 


L 


3/24 


Drew 




8-1 


W 


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4/28 


Towson State 


3-10 
0-9 


L 
L 


3/25 
3/27 


Colgate 
Villanova 




2-7 
5-4 


1. 
W 


L 


1 , 


1 


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4/29 


at Hofstra 


2-5 

0-4 


L 


4/2 
4/11 


at Rutgers 
at Lafayette 




0-9 
6-3 


L 
W 


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4/30 


at Rutgers 


forfeit 




4/12 


at Drexel 




9-0 


W 


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5/4 


ECC at Allentnwn 






4/16 


at Delaware 




4-5 


L 


■ 


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2-9 


L 


4/18 


West Chester 




7-2 


W 


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vs Towson 


1-6 


L 


4/19 


Buckneli 




1-8 


L 


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4/21 


Pat. League Tourn. 




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4/25 


Towson State 




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4/26 


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Front Row: Frank Dolson-coach, Lee Mar- 
tin-asst coach, Carl Sumi, Mike Reph, Bill 
Meuller, Eric Fernando, Chris Marshall- 
coach Middle Row: P.J. Duggan, Jeff Rod- 
den, Steve Hatkin, Adam Lorraby, Erich 
Faurbach, Stu Wessel, Paul Littlefield, 
Dave Littlefield, Bob Gados Back Row: 
Andy Fiala-manager, Tim Abbot, John 
Mitchel, Tim Hancock, Bill Rossi, Dean 
Manning, Glen Neufeld, Vince Tsai, Bill 
Smith, Lance Muzslay, Sean Geines, Mike 
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Front Row: Frank Dolson-coach, Lee Mar- 
tin-asst coach, Suzie Johnson, Susan 
Sampson, Sharon Reitz, Chris Marshall- 
coach, Bob Gados-manager Back Row: 
Andy Fiala-manager, Allysa Lesko, Laura 
Eaglesham, Jenny King, Kelly Donovan, 
Jill Rodden, Jen Canavan, Lynn Yost, Me- 
gan Eaves, Erica, Marjorie Humm, Me- 
lanie King, Andy Jones-asst coach. 



Front Row: Shannon Swallow, Christine 
Nelson, Micki Nishimura, Patricia East- 
man, Barb Metexas Back Row: Alissa 
Edelson, Nancy Walker, Donna Gaugler, 
Adrianna Suarez, Kara McGrath, Coach 
Mike Kraus 



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fm/?r /?0H'; Mary Oliverie, Hope Pellitane, Fran Tniyan, .lucclyn Beck, Sue Baldwin, I.ori Lymh. (laniil Hall H^ick /I'lm/Shcrie Andnilcwicz, Jeanne Mooney, Kristen Lambert, 
Stacy Vidtti, Jen Sleina.ski, Wendy Tayliir, Sandy Hume, Tara Gould, .Miihelle I'etit 




Front Row: Rich Hudock, Pete Kudman, Neil Fenton, Pat Kilarriff, Scott McQuden, Scoti Layer rtfcA How: Mike O'Hara, Dozie Mbonu, Ross Whiteraan, Tom Martin. John 
Lynch, Jay Hipps, Steve Vanaga, Bob Krizanski 




Front Row: Regina Brogia, Todd Schanzlin, 
Nicole Sordi, Jay Mumford Back Row: Peter 
Cherichetti, David Salathe, Peter Vlasnv. Tif- 
fany Kuzon, Cindy Harringston, Sally Stump, 
Todd Eardensohn 



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/>»/7<*o»'; Carol Gibson, Maggie Quinn-capt., Andrea Lauer-capt., Kim Brower-capt., Donee VanFleet Midd/e ffow; Kara Gaffney, Michelle Parker, Caroline Kurz, KristaGro- 
man, Diana Feeser, Sherry Kuchma, Amy Barley Back Row: Kris Carr-asst. coach, Michelle Petit-trainer, Suzy Lynch, Laurie Reed, Jenn Alfieri, JoAnn Moll, Franky-Ann 
Carrozza, Katie Prusso, Mindy Strang, Jackie Keeley-coach, Jill Johnson-asst. coach 



Front Row: Mike O'Connel, Brian 
Lentz, Walt Somol, Ron Katzman, 
Mike Mott, Pete Valinatos, Ken 
Brown, Evan Stein, Elliot Waller, Matt 
Sullivan Middle Row: Phil Sclar-train- 
er, John McCloskey-head coach, Leon 
Kassabian-coach, Mike Zoristoski, 
Paul Levine, Scott Chinitz, Phil Prin- 
gle, Paul Thorson, B. Scott Evans, Tim 
McWilliams, Eric Sejornecoach, Brian 
Briggs-coach, Skip-trainer Back Row: 
Kyle Boshen, Andrew Udell, Henry 
Cence, Chris Cameron, Mike Skalski 



Front Row: Jen Jacobson, Paula Gross 
Middle Row: Pia Clemente, Sandi 
Friedberg Back Row: Patti Denman, 
Marti Milicic, Liz Tursi, Karen Adams- 
coach 



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Front Row: Kriten Sanderson, Diedre 
Dalpiaz .Wd(//e/?OH; Marianne Buena- 
ventura, Tanya Butensky, Laura Par- 
ton, Hope Goldhaber, Christine Bauer 
Buck Row: Sandy Grace, Megan Eves, 
.Marilyn Vricella, Nancy Sayre, Ayres 
Boswell, Amy Cook, Jen Irish, coach 
Patti Smith 




From Bottom, in numerical order: Erik Bird, Kevin D'ambrosia, Mike Walsh, Mark Beidleman, Horace Hamim. Jason Cristino, Todd Brunner, Alan Lapoint, AI Snyder, Dave 
Ardent, Glenn Kemoa, Chris Santise. Bill Klika, Eric Ahramson, Shawn Harker, Adam Ciperski, John Masons, Jerome Brennerman, Mike Wetzel, Mike Yadush. Lance 
Scherer, Brian Frey, Curtis Murray, Peter Sczerbinski. Erick Toram. Mike Rios, Orion Soyner. Kevin Laboski, Mark Lixikenbill, Eric Goldman, Tommy Clark, Laurence .Arig, 
James Wilson, Kevin Costelly Razi Howe, Brian Duda, Benjamin Taylor, Eric Hagb«Tg, Andres Nevares, Gary Karnish, Jeffrey Hahn, Ken Beesmer, David DiDomizio, John 
Hillis, Chrispher Menet, Toby Farris, Mike Citarella, James Walcukauski, Rob Hillis, Matt Gent, Lee Picariello, John McCarthy, Craig Domalewski. Charles Endicott, Jarrod 
Johnson, Tom Erwin. Howard Ernst, Dan Clemens, Brian Hensel, Sean Chierito, Rich Windish, Rocco Russomanno, Jerry Schnell. Rik Pepal, Phil Smith, Victory Garces, Joe 
Ackiewicz, Brian Murphy, Clarence Case, Ken Joseph, Brett Brown, Corey Berger, Mike Hendricks, Mike Moriarity, Alexander Sun, Keith Petzold, Tom Cunningham, John 
Wirth, John Gehrig, Kurtis Cardisch, Pete Smerecki, Matt Heldberg. Frank DiPaula, Tom Hydro, Dave Danowski, Rich Clark, Vince Cas,sel, Rob Varano, Sean McCarthy David 
Lichliter, Ronald Harten, Errol Brown, Jeff Schwitt, Felix Petrillo, Roland Anderson, Clifford Love, Dave Rosen. Josh Silverman, Andy Kosko, Dan Dias, Jason Oberhand, 
Justin Tokoczyk, Nick Roccafarte, Sean Bonner, Frank DiPaulo coaches: Jack Henrietta, Kirk Heidebergm Fred Mariami, Kevin Higgins, Hank Small, Dave Steckel, Peter 
Giunta, Greg Gigantina, Steve Miller, Mick Vohar, Jack Foley, Dr. Emil Dilario, Michael Ludwikowski, John Stanley, Chris Park 



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Back Row (L-R): Tammy Danner 
(Head Coach), Trisha Pepe, Lisa 
Magnault, Shari Young, Jennifer 
Frame, Lori Getts, Kim Kochen, 
Kelly Martin, Denise Sheffler, 
Donna Reiss (Assistant Coach); 
Front Row (L-R): Particia Tier- 
ney, Terri Ferrari, Alicia Zarouni, 
Angela Prodan 













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Back Row (L-R): Stanley Schultz 
(Coach), Dave Norwood, Steve 
Bagley, Jim Giddon, Greg Fritz, 
Anthony Mirando, Pete Buckley, 
Craig Anderson (Coach), Tony Pe- 
ters (Coach); Middle Row (L R): 
Patrick Connors, Mark Strauch, 
Scott Markel, Matt Demm, Ron 
Reybitz, Van Shell, Wesley 
Schwandt, Steve McGuire, Mike 
Norwood; First Row (L-R): Sean 
Leary, Kirk Demyan, Jeff Peek, 
Antonio Carabillo, Steve Snyder, 
Steve Derrah, Phil Sclar (Manag- 
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Back Row (L-R): Stephanie Levine (Manager), Trevor Lewis (Graduate Assistant), Derek Brophy, Matt Ruppel, Lane Pendleton, Jim Benson, John Morris, 
Jim Hefferman (Assistant Coach), Tom Hutchinson (Head Coach), Sergei Beloglazov (Assistant Coach); Middle Row (L-R): Mike Deeming, Chris O'Byrne, 
Jason Hackett, Buzz Mieras, Cliff Chapman, Solomon Fleckman, Adam Smith; Front Row (L-R): John Epperly, Rick Hartman, Len Combs, Doug Horse, Ed 
Regan, Joe Herrmann, Chris Santi 




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Back Row (L-R): Tom Saint (Coach), Scott Sadler, Joe Kareivis, Andy Huber, Pat Buddenbaum, Chris Greer, Steve Yaniga, Scott Casselberry, Chuck Zim- 
mer, Jerome Hipps; Middle Row (L-R): Mary Ann McGuire (Coach), John Covert (Head Coach), Adam Bennett, Jack Mitchell, Johan Anestad, Frank Di- 
Paolo, Scott Gerwig, Mark Seuntjens, Jim Carty, Pete Bennitt, Hassan Young, Kevin Chapman, Joey McVeigh (Graduate Assistant), Bill Donahue (Coach); 
Front Row (L-R): Dave Culhane, Brian Nagele, Walt Fader, Eric Soderberg, Jim Gross, Bob Wainwright (C), Todd Schwartz, Rich Sides, Paul VanWagenen, 
Cliff Cutter, Bobby Craig, Brian McDonald 




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Back Row (L-R): Tom Saint (Coach), Bill Donahue (Coach); Middle Row (L-R): Patti O'Donnell Smith (Coach), Mary Ann McGuire (Coach), Deirdre Dal- 
piaz, Chris Flaherty, Sara Dill, DeAnne D'Armiento, Debbie Lehr, Jenny Lee, Kerry Kirkendall, Megan Eaves. Susan Jindra, Erin Gallivan, Regina Bott, 
John Covert (Head Coach); Front Row (L-R): Jenny Irish, Tanya Butensky, Lori Whelan, Hope Goldhaber, Nancy Sayre, Ayres Boswell, Natalie Poppito, 
Kim Trupiano, Amy Cook, Donna Corrado 



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Back Row (L-R): Eric Perlmut- 
ter, Steve Small, William Coo- 
per, Darren Fogel, David 
Shook (Head Coach); Front 
Row (L-R): Parker Nermann, 
Ryan Geirod, John Stitt, Rich- 
ard Lewis 














Back Row (L-R): Chris Cameron (Assistant Coach), Mike Buonassi (Assistant Coach), Jeff Bonacci (Trainer), John McCloskey (Head Coach) Third Row 
(L-R): Mike Alba, Alan Gardner, Mike Bank, Mike Hazy, Jason Oberhand, John Chandler, Greg Busch; Second Row (L-R): M. J. Forrest, Pat Gilligan, Bob 
Hamilton, Tony Hart, Trip Foster, Kevin McCaffrey, Marty Droney, Brad Ingersoll, Jeremy Brandwein, William Rickleman, Eric Lewis; Front Row (L-R): 
Ben Ognibene, Andy Shaffer, Craig Gill, John Francis, William Collard, John Novak (Captain), Jeff Eichman, Andy Chepaitis, T. Marc Jones, Jeff Hebert, 
Peter Nyheim 



190 




Back Row (L-R): Sudir Patel, 
Mike McGovern, Scott Dreyer, 
David Strassburger, Scott 
Pieper, Scott Ferguson, Tom 
Clydesdale; Front Row (L-R): 
Robert Udell, Pate Summers, 
Sean Markey, John Logue, 
Kelly Gutshall (Coach), Fati 
Farmanfarmaian (Manager) 




Back Row (L-R): Jacklyn Keeley (Head Coach), Jill Johnson (Assistant Coach), Gamil Hall, Kara Gaffnev, Anne Weitzman, Laurie Leigh-Manvell Carri 
Regan, Barb Beauchamp, Michelle Pettit (Trainer): Middle Row (L-R): Carri \avta, Marie Sarkees, Sara Ecker, Amv Easley, Tara McGurk, Samantha 
Heyman, Tnsha Reddington; Front Row (L-R): Susan Talucci, Diana Feeser, Wendy Brookes, Kim Brower (Captain), Kelli Delanev Krista Groman 
Caroline Kurz 



Sports 191 



LIVING 




Nancy Fitzgerald Susan Marra 



Living On Campus 



+ 




Campus living is something every Lehigh Stu- 
dent has in common, at least for their freshman 
year. Everyone remembers moving-in day, check- 
ing out the dorm room with mom and dad. "This 
is it? Is it really this small? You mean 1 have to 
share this closet with my roommate?" 

Of course we all learned to adjust with the 
help of our gryphon, and many of us came to love 
our little rooms as well as our roommates. 

When the time came to say goodbye at the end 
of freshman year, we said we were glad to be out 
of there - we were on to bigger and better rooms. 
But perhaps inside we know we'd miss that little 
room, our first try at dorm living. 

Whether we lived in Centennials, the Quad, M 
& M, or Taylor College, we came to know the 
advantages of residence hall life - gryphons to 
help us out, a meal plan to feed us, maids to keep 
our new homes clean and orderly. 

Living on campus keeps us in touch with uni- 
versity life and closer to our friends. If we were 
lucky enough to get housing in Trembley or Brod- 
head as upperclassmen, we benefited from the 
advantages of university housing while getting a 
taste of the independence of apartment life. 



194 




Taylor C2 



Dude . . . Really, Hoon is my brother . . . Senior- 
ness . . . Joel, can I really loose 5 lbs by XMAS . . . 
No Lauren, you were supposed to inspire me . . . 
Dierdre, we love everything about you (except 
the smelly running shoes) . . . Smitha, keys don't 
get flushed down the toilet . . . I've fallen and 
can't get up . . . Darcee, stop smiling . . . From the 
home office of C2: Top 10 Reasons Beer is Better 
than men: . . . Hall Meeting ... 1:00 in Joan & 
Julie's Room ... We can hear you guys. These 
walls are paper thin ... I should be studying! 
(like Erin) ... No Marge, I'm not going to Boston 
this weekend . . . Janet, how's Accounting? . . . 
We hate Tetrus ... Yes Christine, you can go to 
dinner with us . . . Residents of C2 not included 
in this picture: Hoon, Joel, Stephen, and Michael 



Top; Maribel Cabera, Edye London, Tori Penske Middle: Janet 
Roepke, Lauren Tuciiin, Christine Bowser, Cindy Esteban, Julie 
Gatti, Erin Melikan, Deirdre Dalpiaz Bottom: Darcee Dalbec, Mitto 
Tsuyuki Missing; Karen Flam, Margorie Horzitz, Missi Houck, Smitha 
Katta, Pamela Kuntz, Megan Meade, Joan Traynor 



Can I tell you? ... I'm so sure! ... Go Bernie . . . 
Dude . . . Love ya, mean it . . . Integral!!! . . . Cake 
. . . Shut your hole . . . 2000 Brownie a la Modica . 
. . Vermonster . . . Ben and Jerry's . . . It's Hip . . . 
I can't put the fire out! . . . Hepatitis Burito 
anyone? ... I shit you not! . . . How goes it! . . . 
Are you O.K.? ... Oh my God! . . . Cool Beans! . . . 
In the bathroom, da da "da, $$ ... D CHI Annex . . 
. Swiss Miss, Hermie, Linnae . . . Renee, Katie . . . 
Den Den's wall mate, Shomers, Suzman, Chuck, 
Meliss (Ni hao ma), LeePee, Ev, Jen, Kathy, a 
Pomme on A2! . . . What did you bake today Lisa? 
. . . Playgirl pin-ups! . . . Tues and Thurs early 
morning shower race . . . Hall shots . . . Melissa 
blow that horn! . . Pot pourrie fiends . . . Anybody 
for Chinese? ... I wish that alarm would stop . . . 
. A2 swimmers. 




Talyor A2 




Top; Melissa Bayer, Linnae DeSanto, Kathy Snyder, Jen Holt, Carol Mayhew Middle: Lisa Karabelnik, Charleen Achey, 
Suzanne David, Sybil Cooper Bottom; Vivian Shpigler, Soma Samanto, Evelina Moreyra, Renee Modica 



196 



Dravo C4 




C4, the only one on campus . . . Joy and Pain, 
Pump it up . . . Head up and come C4 . . . 
L'ndercoverwear . . . Mischief night . . . Tina, get 
silverslime off the hall . . . Annu, do you sleep? 
Where are you Laura? . . . Tricia missed the fire 
drill again? . . . Don't wake Dani up! ... I saw Jim 



today . . . Pam's in the library . . . Melissa's on 
the phone . . . Lydia, it's a holiday, where are we 
going? . . . How conceited are you? . . . ThirtySo- 
mething . . . Teret Syndrome . . . Sure Pam, what 
really happened? . . . C4's here again . . . clean up 
the bathroom . . . slambook . . . sexv men on 



bulletin board . . . chocolate birthday cakes . . . 
('4 and Peter . . . Zamma Gamma . . . Secret Santa 
. . . Kelly's music . . Black Valentine's Day . . . 
fishkiller . . . Gossip: last room on right . . . Tina's 
food, Tracy's food, no food . . . rice cakes . . . 
popcorn . . . psych notes . . . Tracy, put one foot in 
front of another ... I can't feel my face! . . . 
pubnight . . . Lydia is always hot . . . dancing to 
Rob Bass . . . Where's Pam from, Lon Gisland? . . . 
Just friends! ... Do YOU remember Lehigh vs. 
Lafayette? . . . parents weekend . . . Kelly, anoth- 
er formal? . . . transferring phone calls - oops! . . . 
quitting smoking . . . this is your body, this is 
your body on Dominoes, just say no to Dominoes! 
. . . hepatitis shot . . . talking in the hall . . . Rob, 
are you going home tonight? . . . midnight walks . 
. . Where's the bathroom? ... me so horny . . . 
library tunes . . . Who was at the library? ... the 
powder fight . . . library social hour . . . sledding 
on the hill ... so, who hooked up? . . . Sunday 
morning talks . . . Pam, you're coming up with 
me! . . . personal invitations ... See Va! ... a 
screwdriver cures the flu . . . when the room- 
mate's away . . . "suppose probability is full of 
tricky business" ... bus stations in Philly . . . 
Harlem Nights - the bathroom . . . How to fit six 
people in a Porsche . . . Kelly getting hit by the 
Calculus trian . . How old is Tricia? 




uzan Zweig, Laura Hendrickson, .^nnu Goel, Robin W embers. .Melissa Ko.xman. Tina Sheng. Tricia K.irg. Susan (. n|ieianil. iiam j.e\]ri-.nii, Keily Fay. Pam Goebel. .Amy Card, 
.ydia Randolph, Tracy Benard 



Living 197 



Dravo C2 



How many days 'til Adam comes? WHO made the 
porker list? The scam chart. Intramural football 
. . . they cheated. 1 don't smoke, but do you have 
a cigarette? Toilet training lessons for CI. John's 
little boots. Mary/"PEBBLES" at the first fire 
drill. Secret Santa list. Funny how all the people 
from Drinker come and throw their beer cans in 
our garbage cans. RIP Bismark. Peeping Carol. 
Suzy doesn't get it. Late night deliveries. Yo 
babe, talk to me. Christie's volley ball against 
the wall. Carol, Mary & Melanie's "Respect". 
Valentine's Day Formal. Budwiser - king of kit- 
tens. C2 best hall at Lehigh. I'll miss you guys! 
Love Geri. 



Beth Perry, Carol Droesch, Susy Hower, Christina Moderhack, 
Shawna Rhoads, Ariane Loranger, Karen Schray, Christie Nelson, 
Mary Oliverie, Kathy Sanelli, Budwiser the Kitten, Michelle LaRocca, 
Geri Micek, Kathy Ives, Lisa Dempsey, Melanie Stern. 



Bust A Move, Dirty Dog, Gettin' Busy, A-4 the 
fun floor, Steve Miller, Butt Breaks, The Goose, 1 
got the Motts, The Dangerous House, The morn- 
ings after. Club 401, FW's, Buffet Nights, Horse, 
WOW!, 4 yeers-much beers. What is that smell 
coming from SN's room?, Granny, The dirty 
bone-ptc's, Slippas, Happy B-day Rutha, Wet can- 
dles, Wipeouts. OWWW!!! 



Suzy Heinberg, Lynn Casparro, Lori Vogel, Stacy Nathan, Becca 
Garin, Jenny Fox, Tara Dillon, Donna Corrado, Alii Lamendola, Erin 
Murray, Carissa Romantini, Jenny Abt, Morcine Scott, Stephanie 
Cervoni, Leigh Kuenne. 




Dravo A4 



198 





Whoppie Cushion 

The Thornbirds- 9 hrs straight 

Bon Voyage Party 

Sun & Beer 

Fire, Fire, Fire 

The slanted yellow lamp 

Mr. Dog 

Tailgating 

Dinosaur stickers 

Coloring Books 

Carin corrupted us! 

She has to eat it 

L'pstairs' urinary habits 

Carin, why do you have two black eyes? 

Were you dancing again? 

Stewed Tomatoes 

What's for dinner? 

"Pea, pea" 

Scope Koll 

Pick your nose 

X-Mas Caroling 

Prank calls 

Why is there hair on the walls? 

The Coors Light Girls 



Lisa Schwartz, Karen Feldman, Carin Beyer, Holly Brenner. 



Trembley 4 




Pizza-eater or Jogger? . . . "The Cowboy" was at 
least 40! . . . Bass ... I wanna' rock right now! . . . 
Hey Man . . . Yo So Foe Doe . . . Random? . . . 
What was his name? . . . Cool Beans . , . Wiggin' 
out! . . . Full Moon. Waah! . . . "Nic Fit" ... Bo 
diet: POPCORN, Cup Noodles, MORE water, 
CHOCOL.ATE! Crashed the formal . . . What hap- 
pened to the sink? . . . Vou Gotta' luv it . . . Here's 
to B.5-BCSTED! . . . B.i-definitelv worth the 
hike! 



.■\pple, I'jng, Ddnna, Tena, Diane. Susan, Komal, Julie J., Sarah, 
Alyson, Julie P., Vanessa. Smita, Justine, Suzy, .Michelle, Chris, 
Nancy, Tracy, Marci, .-^nne. Kristan. 



Dravo B5 



M & M A3 




"We all start out pretty much the same but 
where you go from there is entirely up to you." - - 
- - - Grace Jones 



Julie Zakroff, Natalie Pettinato, Susan Walsh, Angie Warn^ 
Nicole Bianchi, Mary Tibbetts, Amy Knight, Kris Neus> 
Joan Monaco, Dana Greene, Edie Kagen, Tamara Ward, Ju 
Simonyi, Jen Cohen, Lara Cohn, Patti Shpilberg, Debl 
Schwartz, Jen Albers, Jen Kasch, Debbie Plaskonka. 



200 



Dravo A3 




"In Vour F^yes" 

Why is there no heat? 

Docs anybody have any food? 

Did you do the homework? 

"Men prefer beauty to brains because generally 

they can see better than thev can think " 

"Tsk Tsk Tsk Wisk Wisk Wisk" 



Wi'nd) MiiriiTi, Susan Fraili-nhurR, Laura [)igioia, Karin 
Hdefferif, Jenny lorio, Jen Klovek. Amy Pricer, Samantha 
Ganz, Stephanie Scholl, Yvonne ['atchia. Kristen Ferry, Orly 
Raz. Hillary Schwartz, Lisa Levy, Liz Beattie, Suzanne Lind. 
Sadly absent: Dana Furman, Nicole Kindzia. 



Das Deutsch Haus 



Danke Schon BABY! * "1 want it NOW" (GS) ' 
"Beat me, YES" (PH) ' Cookie Dough * "Piggy, 
piggy, piggy, SUEY piggy!!" (HAUS) ' Voulez 
voulez voulez vous?" (ART) * "I wrestled all 
freshmen year" (AB) * Clinically dead' "God I'm 
stupid" (SA) • "PSYCHE!" (H.M & ART to PH) * 
"CARIBOU!!" • "Can you say STRESS?" (HM) * 
"He does it so well" (OR about TH) ' "It's floppy: 
Sandra fix it!" (JT) * "Don't touch it" (SR) * 
HM's primal scream * DZ * The cereal and cream 
God (GS) • "Don't touch her b - - - -!" (JK) * 
"Make her tired, Frank" (SA) * "Keine Franso- 
siche. Das ist das Deutsch Haus!" ' "Look, he's 
wet!" (TH) 



Aimee Bonadio, Todd Hnlbronk, Joey Chrislner, Jean Thomas. 
Guy Snnino, Holly Martindale, Andrea Trapnell, Gretchen 
Saalbach, Donna Kaban, .Sandra Katushny. Not pictured: 
Paul Hamlin, Shareef J. Antor, and "Scruffv". 




M & M B2 




Throughout 1989-90, M & M B2 men exemplified 
the characteristics of gentlemen, partyers, and 
scholars. Kicking back, having fun, and studying 
hard allowed us to endure the stresses and 
strains of Lehigh with a smile. 



Elliot Waller, Chris Delano, Jamie Green, John Wettlaufer, Renzo Muldanado, Evan Stein, Mike Fo.ster, Bob Murray, Andy 
Warner, Jim Van Dien, Elliot Siegel, Chris Slavinsky, Jason Stanford, Dan Conway, Thomas Clydesdale, John Divito, Rob 
McMurtrie, Mike Bank, Bill Rickelman, Xeil Levy, Oscar Mofitani, Jon Rohrer, Jon Wolf, Darrin Halsey, Mike Battaglia. 



Dude on Duty . . . Dayo . . . Gas . . . Mud Football . 
. . The Simpsons ... We love you, Rosie . . . 
Oompa-Chicka! ... I'm peeing . . . Drink on the 
hall? . . . Linda and Stacy, shut up! . . . The Night 
Hawks ... I'm rolling . . . Joanne, are you eating 
again? ... Hi, I'm Fred again! . . . You are 
bummin' - that's bad for you! . . . You know? . . . 
What quiet hour?? 



Stoughton 3 



Joann Moll, Linda Jacobs, Kelly Peters, Laura Owens (gryph- 
on), Kara Bolcavage, Susan Anderman, Stacey Rantala, .An- 
drea Yonke, Jeanne McHugh, Jessica Dacanay, Peggy .McKen- 
na, Lori Norian, Jennifer Steimke, Amy Stursa, Becky 
Goldblum, Laura Reed, Jen Alfieri, Amy McCann, Not pic- 
tured: Allison Skolnick, Lisa Giordano, Trista Giovanniello, 
Allison Vena, Tabitha Wagner. 



202 




International House 



Auntie, BinBo, BeeP, Coral Cup, the silly orien- 
tals, Zak— the— gak, Nolaaaaaaan, Terrorist . . . 
"Hello" IHOP" SHITS! ... 29 cents • what a 
bargain! • you have a penny? . . . peel my ban- 
anna ... I'm not going to joke . . . 9:)ti (WTK?), 
951 (SMF), 999 (!*"i,$#*&!) . . . "What time is it?" 
. . . Montreal— or— Bust .... Road Trip Lehigh 
@ Bryn Mawr Dance Parties . . . ENOUGH! . . . 
Chinese medicine . . . foose! . . . docking complete! 
. . . Top Ten Reasons to Join TEP . . . coke ik 
panadol? . . . Meor's belly string . . . "Chrees, how 
you gonna get to class on time?" . . . ma-ki-chuth 
. . . poo-ki-ma . . . dui-lei-lo-mo-hei . . . jamm on 
the window shade string . . . How rude ... 25 cent 
cokes ...".. returning the bottles today" . . . 
Brownie Nights (Wed 1 1 pm) . . . sky watch one 
reporting heavy traffic . . Shotgun! . . . rock-n- 
bowl . . . Reform at your brain . . . Annie, could 
you mail the.se letters? . . . Sunday morning 
reggae . . . You are so funny . . . Foojeetzoo cheep 
. . . EEE-SEDD-DAY! . . , chicho bomba ... 1 
stroke . . . Alright guys, who took the Chinese 
sausage? 



Georges Ibrahim, .\liihd Zulkifli Othman. Bind.v James, Na- 
deem Zakaria, Chris Wight, Ndlan ,Ang (treasurer), .Ahmad 
Faisal Shaazi, Kathy .lanulis (president). Hrad Price (vice 
president), Annie Lim (gryphon), Halim Hassim, Bijan Mar- 
jan (secretary). Not pictured: Giam .Sghe, Wendy Strutin 




Brodhead 5th Floor 




Alfonso Russo, Ron Moser, Kevin Long. .Maria Gesualdo, Ingrid Cordero, Jim Luchsinger, Raj Prasad. Dan Kramli, Herb Sinnock. Mike Aron. Alan Calderon, Kathleen Barber, 
Donee Van Fleet, Calvin Hobbs, Jim Diehl. Eric Wolfe, Priscilla Mieses, Susan Colgan. Virginia Gill. 



Living 203 



Dravo D3 




Glen Miske, Derek Dagostino, Mike Dwyer, Jaiden Sankar, Bernie Zavatone, Steve Brauner, Glenn Knierim, Andy Preston, Jack Mitchell, John Meyer, Dan Long, Eric Hugel, 
Dave Silverstein, Tary Tawlton, Mike Zimmerman, Neil Cohen, Chris Vella, Greg Saunders. Missing: Tim Gavigan, Patrick Gormley, Nicolo Pecori, Tom Brickley, Joe 
Kareivis, Mike Kaszyski, Andy Perry. 



Dravo Gryphons 




Greg Baker, Lynn Schott, Marc Liebman, David Carroll, John Krupa, Stephanie Cervoni, Jeff Roddin, Geri Micek, Patricia Karg, Dan Levy, Marc Leuzzi, Jen Sailer, Julie 
Johnson, Chris Martin, Dan Long, Chris Haid, Craig Hartenstine, Amy Pricer. 

204 



Trembly 45 



DICK, Gettin it, not gettin it, rock t., hittin it, 
Steamboat, F.B.E., N.B., Fioggin, Sandy Beach, 
Bid, Bib, Frank's Chicken House, Boston Flick, 
DART, LIMP, OVERWORKED, Coach, Netscoop, 
Bob's Major?, Scoopin, Happy homemaker. Who's 
Dishes, Weather Channel, Hugo, DEATH AND 
DEST, Erg-A-Thon, F:i, Screwed, Just come in the 
window. Yummy Mummy, PMS, Fussion, Loft 
$500, IT, Fuil, Dregger, BIRD, Popsickle d. Sine 
Wave Love, Sex Music, HAPPY BIRTHDAY 
DICK, Sex Candles 



Jim Beilstein, Steve I'ftring, Bob WalnwritJht, Thdmas Knstas 




Drinker 







'is Starace, Mineah Shah, Tricia Serio, Patty Belcher, 
iriie Dando, Adam Griff 




Living Off Campus 




The "real" world. Many Lehigh students liv- 
ing off-campus get a taste of it as upperclass- 
men before graduation, when all students must 
face living and working on their own. The 
switch from dorm-life to off-campus housing 
involves both positive and negative aspects 
which must be considered before the decision is 
made. 

The most positive factor influencing the 
move from M & M to Montclair is privacy. 
Typically a group of about five students share a 
three story house, giving them the opportunity 
to socialize or to seek refuge in their room as 



they choose. The study atmosphere also plays a 
large role, as a house is usually much quieter 
than a dorm hall. 

Another plus is the new opportunity to cook 
one's own meal. Many students choose to com- 
bine the meal plan with their own menu, as 
eating on campus allows them to maintain con- 
tact with university life. 

Living off-campus does have its down-falls. 
Along with the absence of maids and gryphons 
comes the responsibilities of cleaning and pay- 
ing bills. It is hard to imagine just how much 
those utilities add up to, but off-campus stu- 



dents quickly learn. The somewhat painful re- 
sponsibility of budgeting money and maintain- 
ing an entire house is slowly learned 
throughout the year. 

Another disadvantage is that off-campus 
students are somewhat separated from the uni- 
versity. Informational notices and party signs 
posted in most dorms are often unseen by those 
living off campus. 

Despite the negatives, living off campus is an 
overall great learning experience leaving the 
student with many good memories and a small 
but meaningful taste of the "real" world. 



Bendy Wires, Sargie Hoss, Mo(n), Skat, Chou- 
chou, Grunky, Schatzi, Still No Eye Dear, "I don't 
CARE if I'm apathetic". Decisive, Funtak, the 
Rock, A-oooooo-ga!, "This'U look good on us", NK- 
E, Chris will eat them, (no) concentration spans, 
Greekers?, Logs . . ., S-mirror, New Sweater, M?, 
Wed-face, Shirley-Bear face, Oh, Da ... , Extend- 
ed weekends, GFIC moments, "Get out of my 
brain", We love N.G., Exaggerations, closet door 
scar, Q-tips, H-pie, Mon. nite committments. 
Beans, 0-girls, W's admirers, lich t'aime, Cancun, 
"This either happened to me, or maybe I dreamt 

it, or maybe ", But this is college, and 

college is FUN!! 



Wendy Byers, Margie Ross, Monica Holmqvist (not pictured: Sl<at) 



606 Carlton 



LA REMPLI 




646 Montclair 




Beth Herling, Nancy Walker, Joeile Gussow, Barbara Vingling, l,iz Curt 



Who blew it?!!; the firemen are here!; attic troll 
advice ... Oh, don't worry. I just know that it's 
fatal.; Binocular man; That's the boy . . . !; 
There's no lock on the door; So Barb, what's all 
the purple paint in the bathtub?; There's a boy 
in the bed!; Some stir fry, perhaps?; Beth's cook- 



ing lessons: boiled or fried?; Anyone for buying 
stock in salsa?; break, break, break . . fast!; 
Obviously, if you locked me out, no one wants me 
here!; Liz as John Denver; This is NOT the an- 
nex!; Well, I told you to move the vacuum clean- 
er; Beth & Liz's BIG computer mistake; onion- 



head; Hi Mrs. Y. Barb's at ... . ummmm . . . 
aerobics, yeah, that's it!; Foreign Language Les- 
sons 



448 Birkel 





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\v 




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im Cashidn, Wendy Shapss, Cindy IVnsabene. Corinne Ledwilh. Tia \arcis<i, Lisa Payne, Mary .lones 



The Birkel House; I may have my pride, hut I 
don't have a man. Last nijjht, I had my pride; 1 
lost my cherry on the Baskin-Rohhins floor; Is 
Wendy there? Yes, hold on. Oh, that's me!: What 
time did you come home? That's a highly signifi- 
cant question: I don't know; 1 wonder if Kicky 
Hung Low will be there? Who's he? A guy named 
Dennis; Don't give it away, let them beg for it. He 
did beg for it last Thursday: I need to clean the 
carpet. Can I borrow your legs?: Electrical tape: 
He's such a boob! You mean he just hangs there?: 
If I get a large, I'll only eat it: There's no psychol- 
ogy behind reckless driving. Yes there is! I was 
very psyched when I did it: Finals are rough on 
the bladder!: He taught that class like an - - - - : 
This could only taste better if I had I'MS; What 
happens to farts? I don't know, I wasn't looking: 

The Christmas tree's got whiskey ; We 

were in the Jane range last night; It was a 
poofing consortium: Someone's making toast! No. 
Our room's on fire!; Wen, can you type a paper 
for me?: We need Vaseline to get in and out of 
our driveway!: I came in with a clean conscience 
and I leave a sinner: Sneds! I couldn't drive a 
tricycle last night: You want? I have: My parents 
don't think I know any guys: I can tell you that 
for free ladies: She fell and she peed: Lisa hit the 
jackpot: The Extended Shower Schedule: When 
is the Ferris Bueller test anyway'.'; Drink twice 
for nose flares; Oh Quay!; You're a piss!; I'm 
gonna fail Real Estate! I've never seen anyone 
from my class at the Ho!; Whole wheat marinaid 
- Bettv C; Love you! Miss you! Bve! 



530 Montclair 



I can't wait til Kim gets a JOB! Breakfast with 
CNN, lunch with Corey, dinner with Cheers. Shoe 
in the Fedex box. Wicked Witch of the West. 
Siobhan called (AGAIN). Tob-we were at Kappa 
Sig, where were you? Just Say No. Babies out the 
butt. Bladder Bust! "Delia" - 1 belong to Toby. 
Kim's BIG 2 years! LUSCIOUS Linda (torpedo 
tits). He's GAY - 1 know it! PAPER BOY! Lehigh 
Lafayette - THE wheelchair. Sunrises + Tailgat- 
ing + Cocktails + Parties = 24 hour buzz. 
Stuuuu Jaaaarrr. The Simpsons and Bundy's. 
Linda, would you PLEASE find your OWN room? 
The Carlton Guys. Mon-Ho, Wed-Down Under, 
Thurs-Ho. Hellllooo, may I please speak to Linda 
Emery? Hey Irv, 1 mean Walt. DARREN from 
Living Hell. Mushrooms anyone? LIPS!! C, A, L, 
K-WHO would you do on Carlton? CANCUN! CC. 
The OASIS-a quarter mile of interlocking pools 
with 3 swim-up bars. Bikini check. SQUIRT, 
Where's the nearest washing machine? Fish lives 
up to her name! Walt's "Cultural Experience". 
\Vhy is the phone off the hook? Peanut-Random- 
ness HALIM, HE'S SO WONDERFUL! Toby, it's 
Alyssa. He's lifting . . . AGAIN. C-thanks for the 
P. Toby-what else do your friends know? Work- 
wheel. Shopping Cart! Delia's a WUSS! KIM GOT 
A JOB AND WE DIDN'T!!!! 




■MlA 



Connie Marsala, Linda Emery, "Delia", Toby Hanna, Kim Fishe 
Amy Gilbert 



203 East Fifth 




Bel(ka Tannen, Michelle Goldstein, Chris Corcoran 



The house with the purple door . . . rub-a-dub in 


relations ... the boys next door . . . Rock lived 


hey waatsz-up ... is 8 months too long to wait . . . 


the hot tub ... 1 left my watch, it's at the front 


here . . . Michelle's favorite spot, we could party 


psycho mark . . . officially deemed a shmo-head . 


desk . . . limit 3 to a bed . . . peeled like a banana . 


in there if we only had a Jacuzzi . . . boys, boys. 


. . they're all the same size ... a bottle of wine a 


. . life with out a clicker . . . room switch ... top 


boys, 1 need them . . . Tig-monster . . . blow your 


day keeps the blues away . . . we're outta here, 


left hand drawer . . . UN-keeping up neighborly 


nose . . . Where is Chris? . . . out— n— about . . . 


but we'll be back! 



454 Carlton 




Sephus, Jewish, Gregmonster, Slugg, E\ Cid, 
Woodman, Babe, Dillman, Keough, Pooh, Chas- 
kin, Rudeness . . . Tripping through the Sculpture 
Garden . . . Sugar coated cereal mind meld . . . 
Maxwell Q. Bagel ... Did you do it Pel? ... All 
our garbage is garbage . . . NASA rescue arm . . 
It's all air molecules . . . Look out for that chain 
Brian ... On Greg's couch . . . Kim and Connie . . . 
I am without a doubt the smartest person in the 



business school . . . Dougged again . . . Barky the 
whiffle shark . . . Who called Mike's date— blame 
Riolo . . . Jew-Goy bowling . . . Bill do we hear in 
stereo? . . . R.D.T. on Giles' roof ... 9 feet high . . . 
Truckin'/U.S. Blues? . . . Let's rush the goalposts 
. . . there won't be any Poisson Distribution on 
the test . . . Uncle Tony ... I think I'm going to 
die . . . Every damn night! . . . Rob asleep at the 
wheel ... I want mv wife to look like Christie 



Brinkley for 5 minutes . . . Brian's nose cost more 
than my car . . . Penn State . . . Beth, 3 boxes for 
a sweatshirt . . . Delaware via Reading . . . 
Popeyes we miss you . . . Anna . . . The lime was 
there . . . Nicole in the basement . . . Hey Doug C. 
She's naked and won't leave . . . Adios T.W.A. . . 
Shhh . . . No more Pennsylvania? 




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Doug Bayer, Mike Dembski, Rnh Warms. Brian Glasser, Joe Poll(Kk. Greg Riolo, Joe Crolty 




421 Webster 



WOW!, Ok, ok, okkkk, I'm so repulsed, Please pay 
before eating, 1 guess that is what happens when 
it jiggles around in the car, I'll browse today and 
shop tomorrow. Did you hook up with him?, I 
would have, but he left with some other girl. 
Disorderly house. Drink for fartage, Yo Eddie- 
Maing, Oops, excuse me, the stamp paranoia 
spreads, can I sleep over?- NO!, I've seen you 
naked. Why bother getting married if you have 
to act like you're married before you're married?. 
Blow it and put it away, toxic chemical dump, 
study braid, You've got me babe, I'm so embar- 
rassed. The back porch-barf-o-rama, the un- 
tapped vat of passion. You may have to fight to 
sleep alone this month. 4:50 pm 



Laura Schmieder, Nicole Morbach, Nancy Gagne, Jean Sheehan, 
Amy Feinstein, Linda Cleary 




433 Montclair 




Bobi Covert, Sue Gartner, Ann Janik, Michele Scaringella, Andrea Bonann 



212 



"Did we leave anything gross behind?"/ 3 out of 
5 IVlontclair girls surveyed said: "I like to hook up 
with Theta Chi guys"/ Looks like tonight might 
be one of those sperm of the moment things/ 



Dreaming about teeth and snakes/ I've got your 
whole world . . . / Ho-ing/ Who's throwing rocks 
at our windows at 3:00 A.M.?!/ Mac Mom, Bobi, 
Mechanic, Scrunge, Suzy. 



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817 Carlton 




Kegulalor . . Oui- hcsi frit-iiiJ, Old Shoe, Sun Beer, 
27 & 28, 7-7 & 6-fi, Kitchen Table, Going out ... I 
am in, Michael .Myers, Yellow tup, W-ball, Call. 
Floyd & Who, Kitchen Window, Citations, OLD 
LEHIGH, Blumming, Month Pass, Wildwood 9 oz., 
Wave Chugs, The Crate, Oh . . . Drinking'?, U 
Blow, I.e. (G.), Beer Off, I.G. D.I.I. Y.P., B/2fi, The 
rat. Ants, not me. Concentration, Case Race Day. 
Quarter Keg Race, Joe & the Narc, Go Go Go, 
Yankee Games, Honeybear, Paddy-wagon, Eat 
Out, Keg Baseball, Rovelling, Crushed, Scram- 
bler, The Maid, Beeramid, Drinking to Oblivion, 
P-offs Case Heads, I looked everywhere, F's, Que- 
bec, Bull, Bar Rally, Boot Chugs, Vitamin Chugs, 
Crawl, Anti social/Slur Tails, Progressive Zap, 
Hobbes Poked Me, Dollar Bills, CHUGGING OIT 
OF CONTROL. Bobby Malcolm: Worms, Lee, 
Pumpkin Head/Face, Bottoming out and blinds. 
Padlock and Hinges, Racket, Ohhh My God, Miss- 
ing children. Bad Box, House Thief, Trashing 
Nova, Blowing on himself, Bridgeworks/library, 
Elvis yelling at priests F.O.C.S., THE KID, 








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431 Montclair 



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Nandita Banerjee, Karin Ericson, Sarah Salwen, Jennifer 
Jackson, Kashmira Motiwalla. 



The elephant is in hybernation . . . Idots I just 
kissed a boy ... I beg to differ. When are we 
going to have a party? . . . Key West . . . Stealing 
the Keg-o-rator . . . Back Porch B-B-Ques . . . 
Taylor fire alarms . . . bathroom parties (aka 
smokin' in the girls room) ... St. Patrick's Day 
skiing at Brodie . . . Couch potato days . . 22'/2 
hours . . . Gametes of emotion . . . Triplets men . . 
. I love men, I just don't know which one . . . 



Peace, love and sunshine . . . Williams Wintei', 
Carnival . . . Choir Geeks . . . BUNKHOUSE ...' 
am phone calls . . . Roses for Valentine's Day . . 
Babysitting Newton . . . Wine tasting parties . . 
Rowing machine for sale ... Ice skating am 
bruised knees . . . Beer Bowling ... To "THl 
GUYS" - It's been real, it's been fun, but it hasn' 
always been real fun . . . P.A.L.S. 4ever. 



3051/2 Van Buren 




Heather Lundy, Lynn Ligotti, Sheri Houtz, Jennifer Stone. 



556 Hillside 




Sancy Sayre, Pam Humbert, Sam McCuen, Carrie Hoffman, Susan Samson. 



304 South New 




izy Rivers, Gretchen Kiger, Nancy Hicks, Sue Moebus, Laura Frith, Carolyn Anderson, Sue Friedland. 



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426 Birkel 



Meet our contestants: Beautiful Pearl (Margaret Rayne), 
Watcher of God (Greg Scallan), Seeker of God (Mitch Lud- 
wig), The Wanderer (Wendi Ledwitz), and the Maiden of 
Rejuvenation (Corey Abate), 



Babaloo . . Marathon Man and Glow Girl . . 
Would you just listen to me? . . Hello, my name is 
Mitch and I live with idiots! . . Bobby Brady lives 
. . BBQ With Dad . . GEORGE!!! . . The Goose . . 
Make his little soldier stand at attention . . 
Bedroom bopping . . Kitchen dancing . . Phone 
faces . . Shower/Fuse from Hell . . What the hell 
are we doing with our lives? . . Greg, that's NOT 
a croissant! . . Power flicking on sheets . . Speed 
sorting Cliff . . We're still going . . Whose dishes 
are these? . . Tracy and Andrew conference calls 
. . Missing the garbage pickup . . HARSH, HEI- 
NOUS, HELLATIOUS— Welcome to college . . 
Cheers again? . . Maggie in a paddy wagon . . 
Wendi, are these your clothes? . . I'm just not 
motivated . . Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee . . 
All-nighters . . I miss my honey . . What is on 3rd 
St.? . . Corey, are you STILL on the phone? . . 
Dave's Top Ten List . . Procreation is a crap 
shoot . . Out of toilet paper again . . Wendi and 
the hospital . . Hi Norma . . Mitch and his damn 
guns . . Happy Squat Day! . . Next on McGyver . . 
Yeah yeah yeah . . Thank you for not smoking . . 
and that's Lehigh!!! 



Bzzzzzt! Chair Condoms . . . Turquoise earings 
from Yosemite . . . GIRLS NIGHT OUT! Marma- 
lade-n-a blanket. Ameretto and Ginger Ale and 
White Russians. Where's the cat? $4.95?!?! Why 
IS there plastic on our kitchen chairs? Drain 
Bugs! Penelope Conrad, Anastasia, and Gertrude. 
Where is the bathroom ceiling? G.H., Cheers, 
N.C. "Ow. Quit it" Mr. Ohio, Snake, and the Road 
Warrior. "IIIIIII don't wanna work" IRVING 
(ugh) The Simpson's . . . Oats! Amy's Brownies, 
The Frozen Tundra— free icicles ... The Mole! 
"Pouncer, Pouncer the Wonder Cat!" The flam- 
ing Oven Mitt . . . Brown lettuce . . . Daytona!!!! 
(.$494.00!?!?! are we nuts?) Our mutant Christ- 
mas tree . . . Down Under . . . Deja Brew . . . Mrs. 
Butterworth. "Nay, we are three." (J & S-"No 
offense, but I fear the unfamiliar.") We LIVE for 
weekends. Billy Joel (1/30/90) WHAT ARE 
THOSE?? 




417 Montclair 



Donna Conway, Amy Kantra, Tracy Barba, Alicia Dietsch, 
Alicia Adiutori. 



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218 East Fifth 




l-cczl, Amos, Agey, Lambie, Al, and Earwig, 
Don't hate us 'cause we're beautiful! 218 the 
ri.TIMATE party house, ba.sement from hell, 
carpet crispers, toxic waste dump, squeaky floor- 
boards. Peace, Potah! Hobie, Bud, Shamu. Chick- 
enhead, kiltenhead, poo-head. Couch Potatoes. 
NOT! The WA monster. Puswa. KATCHLNG! 
Drink fandyland, NO farting! PROXIMITY! Not- 
Icf Lcf'not Felton. Bean Food, 'za, PHCH. Boog 
check, P.'VIS in a big way. Shaw, Farg, heinous. 
Big D. SHKKN! Buring Ane. BIKP! Strip Black 
jack. Don't Flush! Fights, friends and good times 
.... and I don't know why!!! 



Amy Shepherd, .Alison E.stey, .Adrienne Roland, Caryn Rubin- 
stein, Lisa .Altieri, the cat - Shamu. 



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Just sit right back and you'll iiear a tale 

A tale of four years spent 

At Lehigh University, the home of wasted rent 

The school extorts all kind of cash 

From students and their folks 

Five clueless lads began that year 

to find it's all a hoax 

The president was way too short 

to justify his cost 

If not for second mortgages, 

Our schooling would be lost 

Our schooling would be lost 

The boys set down in the mist of this 

depressing smelly slum 

With Joey B., and F. Scott too 

Adam B. with his wife, the artsy Tim, 

with Jeffrey and Ampersand* 

Here at the DM0 house. 



411 Pawnee 



* Jeff's toxic mouse 



Jeff Saunders, Scott Corey, Tim Stephenson, Joe Bernardino, 
Adam Bennett 




Adams/Webster 



Buddies Forever . . . Oh! - - - you know! . . . S.I.N. . 
. Drinking games . . . White wine formal . . . 
Tickets M.L.? . . . Blind dates . . Who passed out?! 
. . . Mecca Mecca Hi, Mecca Himie Ho! . . . Do you 
have a joke for me . . . Liddy, Woogies, Kat, Nisa, 
Loobul . . . "Beers tall, bikinis small-she said she 
liked the ocean" . . . Rathbone . . . Amo cha, 
Idamo! . . . The other day I . . no that wasn't me . 
. . Alpha Chi Omega Cocktails . . . What happened 
last night?? You don't know . . . PS's -1 . . . 
Document . . . Granola hotline . . . Bloody Mary's 
or bust ... He called! . . . Maybe it's just F.l. . . 
Wendy's watching T.V. again ... Is anyone going 
to Syracuse? . . . He's not my type . . . 'Telephone, 
Denisa! . . . Are you drunk or do you always act 
that way? . . . Some talk in their sleep and others 
walk . . . Congratulations Kat!! 



Denisa Lujic, Marni Lubell, Katarina Lujic, Wendy Jones, Liz 
BInch. 



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450 Montclair 




488 Birkel 



4o() MONTCLAIR GARBAGE DIMP Is this 

IfHally a bordello'.' NO. it's a harem . . . Note 
Wars!*! . . Right house-wrong guys . . . naughty 
alter boys ... I did, but it doesn't count . . . 
Tequila and popcorn— that's what America is all 
about! 7 to 7 parties ... Ice .Molds ... the mad 
rocker . . . Rouses . . . Dinosaur . . . Skiers, 

.Murray, K-man, .Mr. Shoes & D.F Ping Pong 

Trophies and cow tipping . . . Pre-Spring Break 
Party-the melting pot . . . Palm trees and ransom 
notes . . . THE HO— it's just too convenient . . . 
lacocca Taxi service . . . Karen, do you love us 
yef.' . . . Denied . . CHICOO ... The Marathoners . 
. . T & F, X-C, . . AXO Annex . . . Midnight 
bowling and Chinese fire drills . . . The moments 
were brief, but the memories are lasting . . . 
Thank God we made it!! These really were, "The 
Best Years Of Our Lives!" :Hopeless, Whales, 
Airborne Woman, Gnat, Suze, Francis, Stella, 
Tree, and of course Studlyman. 



Suleyman Pektas, Christine Gramliih. Hope Goldhaber. .\alalie 
Poppito, Susan Postell, Teresa Bucco, Suzanne Gill. Karen Fran- 
cis, Lori Whelan. 




Gyl Johnson, Lee .Anne Milhiser, Carla Schiff, Laurie Parton, 
Patly Tedesco, Teri Evans. 



We're OK, shaken not stirred, Buddha Pie, dinner 
curse. King Koon, seconds anyone? Mad Dog, 
Teri's annual lost weekend, sweet child o' mine, 
the slink. Couscous & onions, WONK, Sunday 
dinner. Go Gyl, Tell him you want to be a dentist, 
I'm feeling fertile, Did I have fun last night? The 



shower. Green & Purple, The lampshade. Hurt 
Me, Oh Geez, I'm a loner, Hey! You're an alumni! 
Walk that fine ass over here, the mask. 3 ring 
circus. It's raining men, bottle races, no class-its 
raining. That's class! Beer wall, Reese missed a 



Sat. night, Where's our phone card? Blue, Red. & 
freckled, Gyl's bucket o' . . . , the kicker, toga 
party, the lani, the shoulder thing, lumber party, 
It's a legacy. The Munchkins, Quit blubbering. It 
just doesn't get any better than this! 



459 Montclair 



Welcome to Shankland. Grazing on the lawn at 
6am. Blennophobia: fear of slime. 2am National 
Anthem. Kelly wins. If you bite 'em real hard, 
the stuff will squirt out. LLLAUNDRY with Sa- 
tan. "Lost in the Wind". Granny gowns. Wallpa- 
per/ Matress Pad. Eggies and Toasties. Feeble 
attempt at domestic activities. Hoomie get your 
gun! Trojan Diner. GI and Days. Sloth queens. 
HFMS. Halloween Parties. Blub Blub Tsss. Aca- 
pulco. J's. 



Meghan Kenny, Beth Barry, Melinda Bowman, Hathaway Rogers 
Jen Siemaszko, Beth Morris, Kelly Martin 



Montclair Mansion . . . "Penthouse" - Stick, Shed, 
Snips, & Snoop . . . "Men's Room" - Rugg, X, 
Wilbur & Geddy Lee . . . Toga! . . . Kazies . . . 
Quality Time . . . Fore! . . . Thurs night Greek 
Week yaks . . . Purity Test . . . phallic symbols . . . 
Jungle Party . . . 'Tails . . . Halloween costumes & 
pumpkins .... bangles .... Jerk, Peter, Alex, & 
Hi Rob! . . . Poker 'N' Stogie . . . Lisa & Tequila . . . 
Ice cream & screw drivers . . . Auf das fenster . . . 
mouse . . . shots & nacho soup . . . defrost Duque . 
. . Maria cooks plastic . . . mailman & punts . . . 
musical cars . . . escort from hell . . . New Years 
at Kathy's farm . . . X-MAS tree . . . 97's 2.5 Crap 
Meeting . . . signs & plates . . . Who's that on the 
fire escape? Will, Ed, or the cat? . . . Lehigh/La- 
fayette hotel & champagne . . . Multiple choice 
answering machine for the girls, the guys, par- 
ents, & employers. 




461 Montclair 




Terri Ferrari, Maria Mrotek, Lisa Aschenbach, Vicky Kowalsky, Will Millhiser, Robb Kruklitis, Brian Exner, Alex Duqu 





412 Jackson 




inda Rodriguez, Clare Monaghan, Maria Valiaveedan, Dianne Carlin, Sue Keen, Laurie Jager, Danielle Weiner 




Jacksonville . . . ooooh . . . 'scuse me . . . what are 
you thinking? . . . she's my icky friend . . . yummy 
... I'm riled . . . you're obsessing . . . random . . . 
line dance ... Ho bound ... I need chocolate ... 1 
usually don't do this, but . . . my room's red . . . 
you big doody . . . cliche Boo ... Did the mail 
come yet'? . . . gooby around the edges . . . 
Clodovis Boff . . . don't call me sweetheart . . . full 
circumference tweak . . . velveeta . . . Guiding . . . 
power house human . . . it's too late to get a 
reputation . . . interviewing & GRE blahs . . . pre- 
hill shots . . . she's at the Brown & White . , . 
mini-series . . . beard burn ... the prinkler & the 
lawn mower ... Oh what a night . . . nice 

bedhead ... I want that six ... c ie K, V, M, 

R, C, W, J . . . another cushion bites the dust . . . 
I've only seen one . . . another coach?! . . . breath 
of fresh air . . . your life's on the phone . . . 
Captain . . . honeybutt . . . Lenny, Benny, Denny . 
. . balls . . . M.D. you can have him . . . cheeks . . . 
should we get another keg? ... the lists . . . 
Where's the beef? . . . mortification . . . gaping 
cave & the Holland Tunnel . . . he's just a friend . 
. . braid sperms . . . he's fat, it's okay . . . Doris 
Day film fest . . . bonding . . . Susan . . . boy crazy 
. . . Can I get you something to drink? . . . hodius . 
. . we're the shit ... the favorite Alpha Gam 
annex .... I love us!! 



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432 Stoneman 




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iikul Jaykrishna, Khalid Kuleib, Pierre Arriz, Mohamed Kuleib. Ahmed Rana, Monjal Jaykrishna, Hadi Habal, Jaffar Alaoui. 



"Sometimes you wanna go, where everybody 
knows your name, and they're always glad you 
came ..." Cheers. The acid house. One Xmas in 
Paivistan. Another 7 hours at JFK ... I'm never 
flying B.A. again. So Ahmed, are we gonna be 
uncles in .-Xprii or March? It's great being a 
vnior . . . Sorry Jeff, .Vlunjal & Gokul. Chai all 
around? Munjal make tea. .VIK, did you say 3 & Vz 
spoons of sugar in your coffee? From lights to 
reds to cuts. J\V BL on the rocks. So how is wall 
street? Too bad Lehigh has too many junk bonds. 
"MK is there anybody at Lehigh you don't 
know." "If I could be anybody, I would be MK . . . 
Man, I'd cash in on all your investments." . . . 
Gokul. Munjalized = confused, worried and to- 
tally clueless. KK, how is your Bulbula? Pierre is 
working on his car. It's snowing out, where's 



Jeff? . . He's out jogging. Gokul, go wild our 
'pump up the jam man'. .Major ABS factor. Bos- 
ton, NY, DC, AC, Philly . . . What's this weekend 
Hadi? Who's cooking? . . . Goosey I guess. KK, I 
thought you quit. Geep, Geep. Jiya, Jiya . . . Jiya 
BE. Counting days. OK guys I have to study . . . 
Ten more minutes. Ferre, check this out! If Jeff 
goes, I go. Jeff, what did you do to Ahmed's 
hand? So how many classes did you make today? 
Is anyone interested in implementing some tuna? 
Jeff, close the door. Bunjat, Bunjat. Gordo, I get 
paid today . . . Where's my wallet, keys etc. More 
bills! 0.6 of my GPA goes to .Ahmed's wedding. 
The Philly guys, Morraj Magic (time for MM's!). 
Ahmed, Gokul . . . Who's ne.xt? Guys, we've got to 
fit in some studying into our schedule this week. 
I'm at the media center, come get me . . . Walk, 



are you kidding! Who's got 8 o'clocks tomorrow? . 
. . Are we going? Indak Cigara? Capital + Con- 
nections = Profit. Oh man oh man, there's a sale 
at Macy's but I gotta study. Imagine E.S. taking a 
s— t! KK, are you going to run over the frog? I 
hate being touched. Where is the vacuum clean- 
er? . . . Pierre is using it. "A.xcuse me, are you 
alone or are you looking for company?" "Hey 
blondie, would any of you like to join us for a 
party?" We survived Bundukhan! "I speak Japa- 
nese ..." Don't give Jeff the remote control. I 
swear to God . . . It's amazing. CM! Djobi, Djobi. 
Life is Life . . . Kema . . . Arguila . . . Isle seats . . . 
Boss, Armani . . . risk, chess . . . Cheers. Guys, 
what happened to us this year???? See you all 
Dec '90. 



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424 Birkel 





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Victoria Arndt, Kara Kudzma, Laura Gaffoglio, Claire Steppan, Brenda LibrizzI 



Arndt, Dork, Fag, Spoozma, & LaFrizz . . Rut Ro 
Rorge . . . Spring Break '89-Miami; the drive; 
Steve Miller Band; Pecan logs & oranges & fire- 
works; L & V— wanna go for a midnight swim? 
C— will you write to me in Germany? K— I want 
to kiss you with tongue . . . our (mystery) intrud- 
er; Bob, I'll be back later, I'm a friend of Laura's . 
. . Sesame Street; 1 ha ha ha 2 ha ha ha .. 1 want 
you, 1 have protection . . . Hill Scars ... Rip any 
clothing? . . . Ricki Rarndt, Fork, Dag . . . She's 
not here right now Dan . . . Sunday night Chi- 
nese; Diciki . . . SURPRISE!— ohh, you planned 
this? . . . Cards: Faglet (W) & Dick (L)- the 
competition . . . Guess who bounced a check? . . . 
Babes in black leather . . . Lehigh-Lafayette '89; 
NO RECOLLECTION; I've got a rather large rock 
in my pocket; Vi quarts of fuzzy navels; Rumple- 
mintz . . . The married couple . . . Mums from 
november . . . Yippe kai yay mf! The MEAN one . 
. . IT; Beds in the living room . . . Rooster Do ... 1 
finally have a hot TA . . . EARS . . . "I'm really 
amusing myself" . . . Our 5 refrigerators, George 
& the delivery men . . . Family Dinners ... the 
little weasel . . . Adventures with Christie . 
Herbie & Waldo . . . WENDY'S: at BK w/a DP 
Who is this? . . . Chhrisstmaas . . . Spring Break 
'90-Calif: SD, LA, TJ; Bitch, I mean Steph 
DOUBT IT; Eddie & Victor . . . There's youi 
boyfriend . . . The bar will always be open! See y;; 
Lehigh. 



224/226 Warren Square 





Jackie Doherty, Amy Kranendonk, Colleen Walker. Theji 
Rangaiah, Kath Gimpel, Diane Miller, Liz Rich, Krissy Knott, 
Marv Kellv, Wendv Bertolet. 



'You're just afraid you're gonna like it"!- The- 
ji/Krissy joke- laundry beer- "the sinners are 
nnuch more fun"- Zany college kids- upwardly 
nobile pigs-your week to get on it-drinking 
Dorch-what's the girl on the 3rd floor doing'.'-lf 
A^e get one more damn catalog!- What do you do 
when there are four random men in the house?- 1 
iwear I climbed over a fence- the Ho knows us by 
sight- underwear in the window- wonder what 
he TKP boys are up to tonight- Don't cry over 
;pilt milk- porn mail- he's just so cute- victory 
iance- evil cat- Joan is a bitch . . . and a thief- 
lugs- 1 think I here Rich in the house- Spo took 
he (iay off- non- abuse day- water is so erotic- 
\,iit, let me get this straight, o people, 6 T\"s- 
Vhere's the remote?- we would be coach class- 
■)esides being really, really hurt, it's unethical!- 



eyeball in the palm- "If I'm staying, I'm NOT 
crashing"- Quote of the weekend- there's no open 
bottle law in Bethlehem- It's just so festive- 
Dead, Alive, or Indian Food- IHATE the Fat 
Boys- Kirby- and remember, it's improper to go to 
the bar before the toast- does it normally take 7 
hours to get to Atlantic City?- Bowling faux pas- 
whole bunch of white girls singin' rap- Krissy is 
a BOCE- the bureau, that's it, we're done- and 
the winner for most random party guest is ... - 
I'ig vioce- Take a wrong turn at the bathroom. 
Rich?- Blurb wanna be- rapid high five- Monday 
nights at the Ho, now this is college- Krissy and 
.Molson are bonding- Do you want to have sex 
with me'.^- Cheezman is here- YEAH RIGHT!!- 
Just because we're seniors- toilet wars- Its 4 
o'clock Sunday, do you know where your house- 



mate is?- Mary, Mary, why you buggin'- Who 
needs a reason- Lehigh/Lafayette omiettes Col's 
pizza- Parents weekend dinner- what kind of 
milk do you drink- call John, the washing ma- 
chine/toilet is broken again- only one valentine 
per person- punt letters in the hall- I promise I 
won't flush, oops!- we live on an ethnic block- it's 
a trick, I bet he's a sh— !- How many days till Liz 
is 2r?-You guys are lame with a capital L- Is this 
what life is like after the Ho?- bring me a shrub- 
bery- who.se hairball is in the tub'.'- Don't feed 
the cat- Shopping at Theta- cold showers and 
microwave jinx- Kiwi, Kiwi, Kiwi- what's a job 
wheel- BYO toilet paper- legs contest- Ambrosia- 
The Couch (interrogation)- hop the rail- the size 
of our neighbors- feast or famine- hormones are 
raging- can we live like this forever? 



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Busch, Elishevitz, Blima Hersh, Sleff, Sonj, Dig Doug, Corkey, Mer, 
Wynett, SS down drain, hot chicken & beef, the love canal, Ho = Home, 
Wynaked, Soho tub. Blame it on the rain, Mudwrestling in the Lane, take 
your man around the corner where his girlfriend can't see, Sam's mute, 
skippy photosessions, our roommate Greg, dixie chicken, alumni hotel, T 
of P, convenience, Lean on me alpha phi, Corey squared, failed parties, 
dirty dinners, Delsurprise, 3:00 high, Kahn connection, fax, herva, 30?, 
peace love & happiness, long lost bag, I don't get it, Murray xmas, PDB, 
Smooth & Cool, I can't deal, the rig is going down, cheese, budge, SMLT, 
punt her, bust n move, it wasn't that big, file, Jefferson, Sam's 21, Tatto, 
random, he's nowhere, buggin, Velvel, Hi ... , triples, suck it up. Hello . 
. do you know me, can we talk, let's cook-order, "whatever", caiobella, 
bunk 440 & 438, whine, pump up the jam, for your head. It was long ago 
and it was far away but it was so much better than it is today . . . 
forever young . . . and they lived happily ever after. 

Caroline Busch, Ellyn Ginsberg, Corey Schreiber, Meredith Seigle, Jenny Wynett Ginsberg 



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We began in the halls of lower cents, picking 
up the little Roser from Dravo during our brief 
stint in M&M. After our wild days at the Palladi- 
um, opening nights off-Broadway, Amtrak to 
Florida, Jungle parties, and love triangles, 
squares and circles, we settled down at 421, the 
home of the pinkmobile, in the summer of '88. 
Through the years we've been 5 little sisters, 
commando women or, as we affectionately call 
ourselves. Troop 421. We've been called other 
things (Greg D.), but we'd rather ignore them. 
We usually can be found at Chi Phi, the snack- 
bar, or with the 3rd ionizer in the lounge. Our 
favorite activities include shoe-watching, dis- 
cussing shower times. Cheers, Bundy's, the Ho, 
housedinners, potpourri fights, sunning on the 
roof, making up new names for each other (Nel- 
lie Olsen, Tiny Tim, Woo, Joan Baez, half-pint, 

olive oil, kiss & no tell, pseudo , jailbait, the 

mumbler, Accounting Goober twins. Miss Mala- 
prop) and hiding blow bear. We will never forget 
the formals, our parties, dodie's soup & stew, 



why men are , the red kimono & pink 

parka, our adventures in London, Key West & 
Acapulco, 4 in one night, thursday night pub 
nights of the past, Greek Week '88, the ankle 
belt, 21st birthdays, x-mas trees, active joe, the 
bouncing pygmies & beach balls, sleeping on cold 
noodles, jody jokes. Some memorable quotes- 
"come see my posters" "all we did was talk" "our 
alarm didn't go off" "Wenchita" "who are you 
and why are you here?" "my jaw hurts" "we 

kicked" " 's on the phone, are you home?" 

"1 must say . . ." "1 want to calculate" "Recycle." 
Some aspirations: S— astronaut; W— Dean of Stu- 
dents; K&J— PW partners; T— a job. Dreams: 
W— someday we'll go to Mardi Gras; S— someday 
slutwench will die; K— someone who appreciates 
red hair as much as she does; T— finding some- 
one your own age; J— a dishwasher for everyone. 
A final thanks to our friends, parents and Chi 
Phi Brothers and Little Sisters for making it a 
fun and memorable 4 years. 




Katie McDonald, Wendy Suter, Jody Rose, Tammy 
Laspalakis, Sue Jerge 



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: D2, Debby & Stacey, Beerbelly Sharecroppers : 




DKBBY AND STACEY Spacey Stacey ... Dan 
my Theta Chi man . . . Freshman Year Hallow- 
een . . Look its a police car, no its a ski rack! . . . 
Is Neil Winter Home? . . . Missed another Le- 
high-La-fayette game Stacey? . . Philly Phil . . . 
Those Lehigh guys-we need real men . . . Nice 
median by the Comfort Inn . . . The Jamie saga . 
. . Nice plastic bags dance Stacey . . Roommates 
for two years, friends forever!!! DEBBY AND 
DEBBIE bid Hillel really bring us together? . . . 
Debbie will have a car . . . Sigma Nu-Freshman- 
Trembley-Dude . . . Nice face Debbie . . . Place- 
bo punch ... I give you permission not to go to 
your 7:55 if you give me permission not to go to 



my 7:55 . . . She has no wrist control . . . Fun, 
Fun, Fun - MANDATORY ... How old is his 
brother? ... I can't believe there's a keg in our 
bathtub!! . . . 3/8/89 Seduction by Voluptuous 
Blond!! ... My friend is having a party in MT. 
Kisco . . . The only thing better than a good 
friend is a good friend with a bag of M&M's. 
DEBBY AND JEFF Sept. 10, 1988 - You are the 
sunshine of my life . . . What a loft, eh? . . . B & 
J's . . . Lake Nockamixon . . . Debbie still doesn't 
know the difference . . . What a prize in the 
coffee cakes box! . . . Maine . . . What taxi ride 
in Washington D.C.? . . . K.O. Busted!! . . . 
Highway 78 . . . The Beta dip . . . Finally I can 



go to the Ho!! . . . Jeff wouldn't let me buy 
anything . . . "I'm gonna be your friend . . . till 
the bitter end . . . anything less . . . I'll shave 
my hair!" TREMBLEY 47 Julian-What prom- 
ises? . . . Bethtones . . . Doom . . . The Bobby List 
. . . Mad Dog . . . Julian flies! . . . Ben our fifth . . 
. And the beer flowed . . No slack . . Hercules . . 
. Ya know, here's the thing . . . Boy, I'm looking 
good today . . . Hoggin' . . . I'll fire you up!! . . . 
The party room . . . How much will you give 
me?? . . . Palmer: Dickless, Husker, Diesel, Emo, 
Doom, Steingard, Gary, BO!, Alfie, Erase, Keg, 
Mock, 'Stetta, Roj, Gibby, Shaggy, Captain, 
Howie, Larry, Bouregard, Bill, Samy, Levin- 
erschnitzel . . . 





Julian Soell. Mark Levine, Debby Klinek, Jeff Lansberry, Debbie 
Bard, .Mark Wainright 



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315 East 5th St. 




Amy Wilkowe, Nancy Howard, Nancy Fitzgerald, Gretchen Kohler, Stephanie Olsen, Caren Fader, Susan Marra 



230 




The Kepltos of :J15 . . . We didn't even like you 
when we fiist met you . . . Our very own hell- 
hole . . . Holy B! . . . Holy V! . . . The ugly cows 
. Joy & Pain; Sunshine & Rain ... A Jifiger! . 
Such a lovely sapling . . . JACKPOT! . . . Talk 
About! ... I'm too old for this shit party . 
B.V.O.C ... He was barely homo-sapien . 
What's your damage ... Go straight to hell . 
You piss me off, you '**"* jerk, you get on my 
nerves, you're a safety school ... It just goes to 
show you ... I beg to differ . . . '\'o Bitch (an 
affectionate term) . . . Howie slept through the 
Lehigh/Laffayette game . . . Steph, Hamethhh 
called . . . Steph, your phone is ringing . . . Bye 
Gretchen, we're going to the library . . . Joint B- 
day party . . . Old lady walk . . , You don't have 



to put that in the bag . . . Well, you don't look so 
hot either, hon . . . Sue relocates her bed . . . 
Turkey Dinner by Sue . . . Nice plant . . . Not 
very nice ... Did the mail come yet'.' . . . Shut 
the hell up ... I bet you think my fingers are in 
here . . . Unclaimed phone calls . . . Our stolen 
keg . . . Shower schedules . . . Fitzy, Fitzy, Fitzy, 
Fltz . . . Who calls during General Hospital? . . . 
Caren, what happened on All .My Children'.' . . . 
No, 1 hate ketchup (GK) ... Is that Gretchen, 
NO Its HIM!!!! . . . Potato Woman . . . Let's be 
drunk every night of the day . . . God created 
men just to aggravate us ... I like being a 
whore, I'm good at it . . . Get OFF the stage . . . 
Blame it on the men . . . Love stinks . . . Let's 
just say our love is wrong . . . It's very hard ... I 



want to be a conehead . . . We have to propa- 
gate our awesomeness ... But he put the chips 
in front of YOU ... I found an "outh" and a 
"plym"! . . . Pee's a priority on the Peninsula . . 
. You really know how to clear a room . . . What 
is it with you women and this honesty thing' . . 
. Amy would be in the library right if I never 
met her? (NF) . . . We are all graduating with 
double majors — BS and BA!! He was gor- 
geous—from the neck down 3 lowest 

forms of life: earthworm, maggot and man (Ar- 

senio Hall) Gretchen gets kicked out of 

the HO . . . The crawl .... Greek week '90 

Crispers!!! What time are we going to the 

HO??? . . . Who wants to walk to Wawa with 
me? . . . Cheers, Cheers, and more Cheers!!!! 




425 Webster 

htenstein 



That's Fabulous, That Front Porch, St. Pauli's 
Girl, Lee Lee, Frick and Frack, The club has 
folded, That famous party, Dickinson Dudes, The 
Chinese shoes. Do you have air conditioning?, B- 
uptight. Disastrous trip to NYC, Where are you 
from "originally"?, Chantilly, We don't rent 
rooms to unmarried couples, "Tell her about it". 
Only if we can have fun, "The Season", 3 dates in 
24 hour. Career Opportunities???, Wax on the 
walls, JFK lives again. Talking Bud, Cataracts 
working overtime. Those adorable Keds, The 
rules, P.H.D., Broken Contract, T.A.N., Whose 
underwear?, Heart palpatations, the pessimist, 
florist, Fat lip, Convert to A-ism, So what's new. 
Carrot, Tell her 1 said HI, If only you were a 
gentile. Don't laugh - He said it, Chicky Boom, 
Chess Queen, Tony Manero, Troy Donahue, Fer- 
rets eat toothpaste, Buttugly, Can ya dig it?, 1 
knew that choo could!, You're a take charge kind 
of girl. See ya! Knock really loud, the doorbell 
doesn't work. Thanks! 



Liz Turk, Lisa Silver, Linda Sommer, Tina Alexander, Kimberleigh 
Bernstein. 




203 Van Buren 




Staci Nnsheny, Carleen Laudati, Stephanie Bnzzell. 



232 



Missing from picture - Debbie, Mindy, and honey 
bunnies. Rocking down the house. Let me know 
when you are off. IVlonday Nights - are you go- 
ing? Lazy, Lazy, Lazy. Who is it - S or G? 



223 & 225 Summit 




Lisa Wagner, Chelsea Ehring, Anne Martens, April Per- 
eyra. 



Mike Dembski, Stephania Giobbe, Lynn Medvetz, Cheryl 
Galante, Caroline West, Dave Bolton. 



reg is great. Greg is good. If I could be anyone, 
's him I would. Can I have $100 please'?, Ooops . 
. I tripped! You mean the little hole? it's not a 
)>! It has feelings; emotions. Home of the pro- 
'Ctile queen of the Zetes formal.- Salad Dress- 
ig? Which way do we go now? Is she here? 

ADISON COME HERE!! This house is 

assessed, "you and the horse you road in on. 
here once was a man from Nantucket .... 
appa Sig Metamorphasis. Squiggly P squiggly 
luiggly. Wanna eat a grape? Lynn- the guru. 



Uh, Cheryl, there's a large dark man looking in 
the window. Where's the wop? What, are you 
high? Ciao Bella. The ice queen loses her keys. 
Hornier than a banshee in heat. Wasp from hell: 
Mr. Kodgers. Presenting the executive officers of 
the Z fan club. Lynn - the true I.E. pledge. Tiens! 
Lui Ti St guardondo. Meeting-Kitchen - 9:00 - 
absolutly don't be late! I'm going to be deally 
runk! There will be a dishwashing seminar at 
:j:00 pm. Laquida! Laquida! When a stranger 
brings you flowers .... it's Valentine' Day at the 



TECHNICAL MISHAP SHOW. I am GOD. Men and 
Women can't be friends. Do you always smoke 
your cigarettes from the wrong end? Hot Choco- 
late and Peppermint Schapps-cucumbers are 
key. It's my boyfriend's dog. That's my boy- 
friend. Cheryl, Will you marry me, Stef will you 
be my mistress'?? Howling session- with Madison. 
Will you help me with my \ibrations? The new 
and improved Job Wheel. Oh . . so it fell out of 
the freezer- slid across the floor - and then 
broke? 30 bottles of shampoo?!?!! DIME. 



549 Hillside 



Brower, Lauer, Moon and "A" Power . . . The 
Jockette house ... 5 + 4=9, and we're on the side 
of the hill . . . Days groupies . . . strombolis . . . 
late night giggles . . . late night phone calls (who 
could it be?) . . . Dunkin Donut runs- 1 feel much 
better . . . Girls night out . . . team nightout- 
scaaary!! ... All night "I never" games . . . 
what's that about ice cream? . . . rude-a-bage-uh . 
. . MEN!! . . Umm, nice smell- Sean must be here . 
. . late night noises ... I'm finally 21! . . We swear 
Mr. Officer, she didn't know she was doing that 
in the middle of the street . . . Ho-ward bound . . . 
the tundle bed ... 20 rings-will someone please 
answer the phone . . . field hockey ROAST! . . . 
We beat Delaware, again-and we beat Lafayette, 
twice . . 'S-point contest, but kim, I'm a goalie, 
I'm not supposed to score!!' . . . 1,000 points- 
that's my roommate! . . . Got to go to the training 
room . . (again) . . . Game Days . . . Sports pages . . 
.... Fun times. Good Memories, Close Friends, 
549 Forever. Thanks Girls- it's been fun, but 
we're cruising this taco stand ... See ya in 
Avalon! 



Kim Brower, Jeanne Mooney, Andrea Lauer, Sherie Androlewicz. 




454 Montclair 








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Pete Tomfohrde, Nik Drumm, Ed Del Monte, Brian Murphy. Missing; Paul Rodgers, Morion Wiley, Norman Dick, Gary Moskowitz. 



470 Birkel 




'Pise Kell. Susan Ahart, Patricia Doyle, Janette Knittel, Teresa Bzdek. 



Sammy Annex 




Me winning isn't, you do . . . You're the light of 
my life . . . She should be a model . . . "You're 
gonna get the best - - ■ you ever got", 
zzzzzzzzzzzz . . . SMA . . . Tell her I'm at DG . . . 
School for the mechanically declined . . . She 
likes me, I can tell . . . Isn't presumptuous a big 
word for a 12 year old . . . Matoni, it's just a game 
. . . You're face here . . . Hey look, it's padded . . . 
Nice blind date, Malthi . . . Blue ... She is 
enthralled . . . Wanna know how NOT to keep a 
secret'? Tell Malthi ... But Lorri, I love you . . . 
Forget wine, 12 year old scotch . . . OOKL.\H . . . 
".-Mpha and Phi" . . . .Meredith, I was up all night 
again . . . How's Joel? . . Hair by DOT . . . Happy 
pinning party . . . 



.Mike Matonis, David Strom. Joel Simberg. Brian Freed. .Missing: 
David Mathios, \V. Leighlon Good, Farnsworth Smythe. 



Living 235 



Living In A Fraternity 






Most men find Greek life to be an attractive 
lifestyle because fraternity houses can offer so 
much more than a dorm room or even a house off 
campus. All the comforts of home are prevalent - 
meals are cooked and served to fraternity broth- 
ers right in their house, cable television, phones 
and computer jacks are accessible in every bed- 
room, and many houses have pay TV channels, 
free weights, a pool table, and a computer. 

Perhaps the most attractive reason to choose 
living in a fraternity house is the huge extent of 
social activity centered around the Hill. But 
there is a deeper reason which makes it the right 
choice for many men - the existence of a close, 
family-like atmosphere which makes the frater- 
nity members brothers as well as friends. 

Living in a house adds a new meaning to 
college life. A pledge or brother learns responsi- 
bility to himself and to the other members in the 
house. Fraternity members find that living with 
so many different people from varied back- 
grounds enhances the special bond that exists 
between them. 



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Goodbye Oops and phi . . . From Married and 
with Child to Married with Children . . . Hardee's 
in Virginia . . . From last to first . . . Beer pong 
and the party room. . . . From Greek Week to 
Springfest Where's the bed races? . . Washington 
D.C . . . What no kegs? . . Sleaze of the week . . . 
What handcuffs. Hey Bart . . . How much fur- 
ther, not much further . . . Manny's after softball 
. . . Merp . . . Sir. K-\OSH . . . DOKTR . . . bungus . 
. . the fatal number 7 . . the bowling legacy . . . 
Clubbing seals and the Jim Terhune awards . . . 
purity test . . . "All - Nighter"- "Speakeasy"- 
"All-Nighter" . . . Welcome Doc, Lumpy, Ace, 
Clueless, Gumby, the Mouth, Dorfman, and 
'Bruce' . . . Nonchalant-what's that? No more 
Table 1, just 2 table 2's. 



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THANKS; BAKES IS AN SRo?; BROCOLI GAM- 
BLED AND LOST; SKATE OR DIE: CANCUN; 
FAITHLESSNESS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH A 
RELATIONSHIP; I LOVE HAZING AND SENIORS 
ARE ASSHOLES; SNICKER BAR: LET ME RIDE: 
XONIX STUDY BREAK; WOMEN . . . YOU CAN'T 
LIVE WITH 'EM, PASS THE BEER NUTS: 
YOU'RE SO SENSITIVE; CHEERS: SHANTEE: 
ERV'S; SUCK MY PUCKERED ASSHOLE: WALT, 

GET A BETTER TACTIC; T.K FAITHFUL 

;3,nOO MILES AWAY BUT NOT TEN FEET: 
PLAIN M&M'S AND A SNICKERS BAR BY 7:30: 
YOU'RE GONNA LOVE THIS, I PROMISE: 
THEY'RE DRUNK .... .AGAIN: LAGNAF: SKYN- 
YRD AT FOUR IN THE BAR: LAST TO REMEM- 
BER THE OLD LEHIGH: SHLACAEHOTR; LE- 
HIGH, IT WAS FUN BUT OUR LIVERS HATE US, 
SEE YA BOFF, MCSHANE, TED GUY, JAKE, 
SQUEASEL, NORRIS, STEVE, WALT, KENNY, 
WALIRBY, WALICKY, PETAR, 
AND BAKES TOO! FRANK 
YEAH, AND BY THE WAY . 
SUCKS: CANCUN: CHANGE 



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Step forward and state your name: Pretty Boy, 
Hoss, Chico, Brain Cell, Gibby, Pinhead, Pledge 
Doo Da, Hildo, DSL, Risk, Deli, Cappy, Messi, 
Rice, Midnight sun, I hate Cook, "You seem to 
know the words to "Two Steel Balls' or whatever 
. . ." Stars & Stripes, Brother movie-night, "What 
time do you faggots want to be waked up?". 
Brother wake-ups. Beta Headstone, Exxon is the 
best gas, Bud Light is the best beer for long trips. 
1 am not a dork. Is Stettsy blowing?! Could some- 
one steady me?! Rush sucks, no milk at lunch, 
party tapes, central cut, over the top. Excuse me, 
could you sign my ass? One broken copier. Fire in 
the hole. Ollie North for president, THE ARK, 
peanutbutter, I'll get the picture. KKConvent, BX 
in the bar. Anal chug. Chuck wagon, and blend- 
er, Cappy slow down! Pledge Circus, Beam up 
and Beam out. -AVO— Theta NU, Lucky Cubs 
hat, "Open your mouth real wide . ." "Gee Rick, 
Gallons" One metric shitload, "Hey, I think 
Chuck's blowing" No food. No drink. No Masonry. 
"We are sorry we brought bricks to class" 



Change the oil in Chris Barry. Deli is smelly; 
Greary is weary; Window Nando; Rick's a d— k; 
"Look, Chuck, another one" LSFF-The privileges 
of being a senior EE, Schtike-vag, Beef Strogan- 
Alf, Pinhed Pubnight, Net Gain, "Come-on Hoss!" 
Sharky's Machine, pissed on and pissed off. Bed 
wetter. The Great Pretender. Dr. Mindbender. 
Messikomerstien, Pledge Silvergold. Hey Beaker, 
her's your sister's H-men. "Hey, what are you 
doing? Put that back in there" Where's my Hoss? 
Lips like Deli, Sweaty kisses. You Lehigh boys 
are cocky bastards. Job Jar Shmob Jar. One fail 
you all fail. Sasquatch, Meatnut, Bubbles, S — 
er-Door-on-the-Tuna-Fleeter, Beta Lambda Sig- 
ma, Chief J Smoke Aboo, Karen handle my snap. 
Centenary bims. Finders Keepers, Schwartzberg 
Tornado, Bug Eyes, Twisted Sister, Pumpkin 
Head, Debbie's Gym, Baby Harp Seal, Gretcheni- 
tis, Gooney Goo-Goo. Over the Top. Sigs has sur- 
veillance cameras. Sigs . . . WAKE UP!!, Fire in 
the DEN. Your a c— t, go away. Starbright 
Phasers, F— k the phasers, go to photon torpe- 



dos. Canary in a sock. Cambridge IHOP. KC 
sucks. Arties Bar and Grill. Off the buck— go for 
light. Nice shot Bri . . Bri?! . . . Bri?! "Jim, you 
gotta get me outta here" "PAVEMENT! MOTHER 
F— KER" 3-man invasion of Sigs. Naked like 
Egyptians. Heartbreak Ridge. Go South. CBSC. 
SO CO, the Reverend. Where the hell is Grainer? 
Alpha Phi car wash. .Artie goes to jail. You guys . 
. . Beta Hot Tub, beer slides, '74 Tailgate. This 
one's for Seth. Cougar Cocktails. DJ Cheeks, me- 
ters, peaks, bass, speaks pumpin', NO retreat, no 
surrender, no shower, no attendance, no grade. 
Am I alive and dreaming or dead and remember- 
ing? Deli sent me. Lore does not make one great. 
"It was security, they'll be right back." Ander- 
sons! Go South. You boys are obviously over 21. 
Mars is at a right ascension of 45 degrees. Beta 
500. TKE offering. "I can't see a God damn 
thing" Who pissed in Brodhead? Beta found 
guilty. Step back. 



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Duuuude! . . . Like sands through the hourglass . 
. . Rob's on the rocks . . . Biscoe, Smack-Me Kelly, 
the Nun . . . Blecher's mating call . . . VVhaddaya 
mean there's no film Claude! . . . Diener-The 
Haze . . . Hey Gleich, George's sister is here! . . . 
A! and Ellen'? . . . "Hoops" . . . MacLaren . . . Out 
of Hand Menand . . . Miller and McDonalds . . 
Morrissey "I like you but 1 like Vicky better" . . 
Joe-Sue, Becca, Jamie, Cathy-Take a number . . 
Taiman-Tampoon "What's a mitre-box" . . 
Cramps . . Miller's Alpha Decree, Veal Goggles 
She's so exotic ... I'm Mister Heatmiser . . . 
Gleich & the Amazon . . . Hey, Rob sleeping with 
John ... Al is a buttcheese! . . . Joe serenading 
Jamie, Shut up Claude! . . . Claim it! You're too 
young. Howl Howl Howl S-to-the-5th, Dick ... the 
cook'.' Team Purple Cow . . . Bill & Ted's excellent 
adventure. Meep, Meep, Meep. Debbie Does Dish- 
es .. . Guerilla go away. Ice Yergs, Mayor Z, ooze, 
Doug the Deer Shark Attack on the Bar . . . He- 
man Woman Haters Club! Claude's Tub o'goo. 
Witchy woman, Pan-Face . . . Miller's a ROTC 
baby killer . . . May the SCHWARTZ be with you . 
. . Give the bergils a bakeshot! Someone boffed in 



Al's bed. Spam Spam Spam ... 1 know the cops 
phone #, Claude! ... & A.J. Shut Up Claude! . . . 
Diener & the Frog-ribbit . . . Miller's bovines-l'm 
a changed man, Sandy . . . Like the beach. Some 
girl puked in the radiator, Who was that guy who 
went out with the girl with the mustache . . , 
Morrissey and the BPSU Chick . . . Don't worry 
guys everything's under control, looks like no 
doink tonight! Huunin' the huun ... No bugs 
allowed-The exterminator has arrived. Remote 
Control . . . .\l shot her across the room . . . 
Curiosity's killing this cat! Shut up Blechmann! 
Stump and Flaming Rod . . . You can't beat the 
Herb's meat . . . Fire-crotch! ... I know nothing. 
Ingrid, Claude, and the Sajda . . . Your clothes 
hide your fat well. Miller & the Troll no no no. 
Turf Head, Miller- the new bug master . . . 
Factory values. Miller, all talk. Whitey & the 
moths, 5 dead mice, Anti-Bob, MacBurgle, Pledge 
Seth . . . Mall Rats . . . Feeding frenzy! Barnacle . 
. . Hershey Syrup . . . .^I's Trunk (Brodie) . . . No 
thanks guys, 1 have to stay with Missy . . . 
Schneider's Love Nest . . . ROTC sucks! . . . Shut 
Up Claude and Blecher! -YFIBWCVSTZIFHSRS! 




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No slugs Brute; Vnu know what vdu ai'e? Vdu'fe 
a "C"; Nick, thiinv her in the bush; Hands Simons 
lives; 111 police cars'.'; Hasenphetersicle; Sit back 
Rusty or else . . . Somebody drive Kusty to the 
hospital; Bruce the Goat; But its not Rob's fault; 
The window is open and the mustard won't 
break Chris, not; "Lets go Bowling" Andrews; 21- 
7 . . . No squids allowed; Lou, you're not going to 
hook up it's hereditary; Matt, how did you break 

Uncle Sam'.'; Tim pissboy; Gimmie a "U"; 

Dorrick and Dera; 4 years at Lehigh is a long 
time but fj weeks is an eternity . . . Fl'MD; Dave 
".liffy Lube" Cordas; -Danny QQ; Keep Looking 
for that clue Joe, OK; Is the pizza here yet 
Linton'?; Scott: "Do you want to see my dog'?"; 
[Ian: Mister Sunshine; Fish: The pig chute II: 
\erv funnv Rau; Dan, "Butch", .^nnex showers'?; 



Veah right Ramon, e.xactly; Jason, that's .Mike's 
Sister!; Gimmie an "N"; Don't blow kisses at 
cops, and don't tackle guys from National; Did 
Dean Graduate'?; Bye Bye Zoomies; No more Fers 
Music!; D.J. Dave Death; How's Lisa . . . Dave . . . 
Seth'?; Shut up Maribel; Donowa: "I can jump 
that!"; King Fuhar and Dr. Carlow; Davey P: "It's 
more than just a smoker!"; VO Ding!: Gum[)b> 
you coopering lightweight get off that Brogh- 
laite; Carl, can you meet the 4 year challenge'?; 
Fido's in heat, Lenny's in Love: Just what makes 
your hair stand up like that Mother Kapp; Smi- 
lin' Bob: "Sobriety is alright in moderation": 
Gimmie a "T."; For those we leave behind: Drink 
and be merry, for tomorrow you may be hit by a 
bus!; SENIORS: Out But Out" Golden! 




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Do it for Gary . . . Slip N' Slide . . Alls 1 know is, I 
was cookin' my sandwhich . . . Thank you BAR- 
RY! .. . We ALL do! . . . Colt at 4:00 . . . You're the 
Sergeant-at-Arms, you should know better . . . 
Hotel Renault . . . Boo Knows . . . Spike the keg . . 
. What is H.E.P. anyway? . . . Bartees dude, 
Bartees . . . Gimme a beer before I die! . . . Batter 
up! . . . Now that we've got our house, how 'bout 
that BJ? ... The Travelling Wilbury's . . . Fella's, 
theres trouble in the alley . . . Krista and the 
Wall threw hands . . . Devon . . . Goin' for post . . . 
Go Sanford, Blow Sanford ... No hope . . . The 
Wall never complains ... Is Phi Mu here yet? . . . 
Dancin' with the wall . . . Benner and the Jets . . . 
WHY NOT!!! . . . We're not really going to have 
this lock-in, are we? . . . The mayor cut my tie . . . 
Hide the deep-fryer . . . Brother Krista . . . Turbo 



Z . . Go Clint ... I tripped . . . Bucky is God . . . 
CRAWLING . . . Who's baking in the oven? . . . 
What's risk management? . . . She's how old? . . . 
Pledge Matt speaking, how can I help you? . . . 
Wrestling and biting with Mrs. Bartee . . . Broth- 
er Bowling . . Delta Thig . . . We didn't know- you 
couldn't do that . . . What the hell happened to 
Damon? . . . What's her zip code? . . . Somebody 
put Joe to bed . . . Somebody call Diane, I want to 
hook up . . . Take all you want, we'll make more . 
. . Check his pulse . . Jason and the Wall . . . Cut 
it OUT! . . . Oak? ... A collage? . . . You up . . . The 
Chaplain has spoken . . . Hill fun ??.... F 
the By Laws . . . Dude, you're breaking the creed 
. . . Safety funnels . . 6 weeks?, 6 weeks! ... I Feel 
Free. 



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Delta Tau Delta 

Beta Lambda Chapter 





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The Over-Under for the metting is 4 hours . . 
Why should you listen to me, because I'll crush 
you, I'll crush your car, I'll crush your family, I'll 

crush your family car Time Management, I 

don't have time for Time Management . . . lO-l 
Prader takes her back by Tuesday . . . Dean, do 
you want some matches? . . . Has anyone seen 
Chuck'? . . . Short sell NOW!! . . . This is going to 
be a short meeting ... To me winning isn't, you 
do . . . Bov, What's the Dow at'? . . . Fe-Fepos! . . . 
Goalie rating . . goal! . . It all comes back to I.M.s' 
. . Pauli lifting weights - L'aghooaaggu! ... "I 
sleep here." - Luis . . . Dinger! . . . THat rock is too 
large, I could lift a smaller one . . . There can be 
only one . . . "Can you believe it, I'm engaged!",. . 
. The HO! 10:00! . ! . Mike, Have you righted any 



wrongs lately'? . . . Bruno, fix the printer! . . . 
Deiner, fix the fonts! . . . Anthony always hooks 

up, REALLY Krincek, close your damn 

window! . . . "Carroll? Here. Chintz? Here. Conso- 
lini? Cansolini?" . . . Basile, energy inits purest 
form . . . PTP . . . DHL . . So what are you trying 
to say? . . . Brenner, I don't even know her! . . . 
OBC and their pledges . . . Doc graduated . . . Box! 
. . . The drive for five . . A.S.U. Low Tonnage. 
High Voltage, the way it should be . . . You'll get 
nothing and like it! . . Hook and Send . . Klemm. 
for the fourth time . . . Watch out, its the car 
crushing machine! . . . Cosine club . . Cereal, its 
not just for breakfast anymore . . . And this 
weeks words to Die by will be read by 



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Lehigh Chapter 




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DILLIGAF Myeah Hello! Denied? Party with 
. . Sorry Guys Alan LaBarge-in Sperm Whales' 
Ass "Only during designated Fox T\' hours" "1 
wanna be a Dl'" . . . "Me too" Neal Fenton? Sexy. 
AV, Mace, Bones, Bull, Hardy, Schnellez, Erwin. 
Hence, TB, Shunky, Chumpy, Noodle, Stinky, 
Tritt, Bart, .Mossy, Govs., Skinny-fat, .Menet. 
Scoop, Dolez, Tamates, Keggy, Psycho, Dr. Love, 
Lumpy, Joey P., Body, Birdie, Warrior, Pendez, 
Flip, Helmster That's just ridiculous P.I.T.A.— "I 
Just wanna know how we're gonna get all those 
rooms next to each other in the hotel." Eddie 
Van Kempa Hist :310 Express Nintendo Hotline 
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It's gonna hurt me more than it's gonna hurt you 
. . . OK, who's got the next pitcher, Bob . . . Yo! . . 
. The Guns ... 4 horsemen . . Steiiinberg!! . . . 
Boom see ya thanx for cummin! . . . Get off! Get 
Off! . . Gotta Crani< . . Watta Bahgen! . . Cmon 
Now! . . Hey everybody . . . What F+ +S were 
you at! . . They look like surfer dudes! . . . 
Chernobul Face -The Beast is Back! . . . John 
Jacob Jingle Heimer Smith! . . . ROH! . . KILO- 
GRAM . . Rice Dick . . . Miki on my wiwi . . . You 
all a bunch commies . . Bake me a cake! . . Joe, 
tea please . . . TETTTRIS! . . . PIGS! . . . Chu- 
groom! . . . Braint Trust Pledgeclass . . . Rah Rah 
Rah A + + R! . . . BBBL . . . Bambi + Thumper . . 
. BK's rhythmic Butt Checks! B.S. 2 Wives . . . 
Joe's quest fo the dot ... 7 Happy Brothers ... To 
the bar . . . Steve burning down the house . . . 
White wedding for whitebread . . . He's a bitter 
man . . . Schweet . . . Cheers . . . Wipe it off & 
return it . . . Best Brother Bob . . . Beer - Guzzlin- 
Pot Smokin - T.O.G. . . Venereal Joseph . . Pencil 
Neck Snake . . . 4 G's Busted ... A beer & a 
shave, Nass? . . . BBBBB . . . Spot the sport guru , 



. . You gettin' pinned. Ski? . . . Rent-A-Kan . . . 
PiGuy Sacks . . . The funny table isn't . . . 
L.C.R.I.P. . . Korm Porn . . Skolnik cops feel . . . 
Fleiss-MIA . . . Stu P . . . Nassiverdi . . Big 
Balls/JK Cums again . . . Tessi & Nass Aluminum 
Wars . . . Steve V-Not Marie . . . Herb the pot 
whore . . . Pledge Korn . . . Korn's Catapult . . . 
Gilette Player of the Week . . . Square Dance . . . 
Room 209 Busted . . . D.S.- So Many Friends, So 
Few Lovers . . . B.S. smoke more pot . . No 
Spagetti in the soap . . . Kappa Joe . . . Guido's 
Tuxedo ... 117 Club . . . Chug lines SRs vs 
Pledges . . Dots on the tie . . . Never been done 
before . . . Tree of Life . . . Hope you Goo on your 
wedding night . . . People are stupid . . BF = Best 
fraternity ... Sub to L.A.? ... Hie Finest Est . . . 
GOO, SKOLS, DEN OF SIN, STLDUDE, SKI, WHI- 
TEBREAD, GOONI, NAS, JARHEAD, SADAT, 
GRADPA, BEEK, CARBONY, HERPES, SUBES- 
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What are you doing there?! Slothing. Boxer 
Moonchugs. Gimme a butt. I've knocked bottom 
twice and I'm going back for more! Malibu. The 
poor man's Ken Doll. 1 wish I had a twin brother 
two years older than me. What are you think- 
ing?! Whoop! Oh boy! Weeshoo? Just Taint. Los- 
er! Batman and Buttsteak. Can I borrow your 
car? The boys from Indiana. Winner! Threeee 
pitchers! I didn't get arrested, the cops just gave 
me a ride home. Officer Anderson's friend. Bill, 
get out. You want names? Don't Drink and Drive. 
Sticker! Neff and Tekillya. Looks like rain. It's 
going to poor. Do you have the time? Come, 
Come, Come, Come, with me, me. me, to the bar, 
bar, bar, and to ... . Milani Spillane 1 Boomers- 
lut. Retardo. Enyett. Wilson, I trusted you! 
CHOPPER! Oh mvGod! Drift vou later. Skambolt. 



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Phi Delta Theta 

Pennsylvania Eta Chapter 





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Tae-kwon-do is for fools who cannot get a license 
. . . BEAT IT SQUID ... the bonerface suite. 
"Double Crown" .Miller . . . Sharps wins the case . 
. Worthy, relax ... "I gave her her walking 
papers" . . . Magnet . . . Who lives in Miller's and 
Thompson's room'.' . . . Lees loves cops . . . Phi 
Delt Halfway House . . . How wet was she Bob'.' . . 
. Hey, Baby Doll!! . . . sportin wood . . . Dude, I'm 
totally ripped . . . Cindy Brady and his ferret . . . 
slug grog . . . suck mug, in that order . . . unty- 
wunty . . . King Boris . . the Weiner Lounge . . . 
BEAVER!! . . . the shnerps, their shnerpy chicks 
and 9 oz. beers . . . Dixon's whipped? . . . Lees is 
out . . . Chad do you still go here? . . . Cement 
Head Lineage . . . Carrrr Mela!!! ... the dress . . . 
No, it's true, Joe really did have a girlfriend 
once! ... No, I'm going to HER formal ... the 
funky creative is a grape crusher in Wyoming . . . 
Shut up, .Al . . . Trat, what happened to the TV? . 
. . Silent Sternberg .Meals . . . "terrible is better 
than nothing" . . . Fred . . . Sharps, which one? . . 
. You are my princess, I am your prince . . . THE 
BEAR!! . . . Worthy, relax . . . anybody seen 
Phillips? . . . Everybody needs a Weiner. 



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Phi Gamma Delta 

Beta CM Chapter 




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Johnny B, Nature Boy (Froggy), Butter, De Soto, 
Dom Deluise, Gid Row, the Cracker, Jughead, 
Velveeta Lew, Schmock, Cheeseburger, Rager, 
Snakefarm, Captain Jack, Charmin, Alfred E. 

Neuman, Swans, and Yuk Bent 

Shwoogie . . Where's the mops . . . chill oui with 
the sodas . . . Serious!? ... I'm a certified welder . 
. . beer here . . . Muffin man . . . Mattingly bats 
lefty . . . Shut up ya big geek . . . ironbox . . . 
Asschips ... Bet you can't ... 40 ... we could 
have been pinned . . . how about some respect for 
me! . . . empire sate bed . . . water retention . . . 
she's not fat, she has big bones . . . coalcrackers . 
. . teabaggin' . . . butt pirates . . . 9 . . . Tim's 
cough . . . mat-zo .... snake . . . midnight funnels 
. . . wave chug . . . naked pong ... we got cable . . . 



drinking triathlon . . . vooschk . . . jacquestopus . 
. . pledge beiruit unit . . . interchangeable heads . 
. . Newton, Newton, Newton ... air lats . . . 
armpit kanolis . . . flanksteak . . . girl from hell . . 
. TFD . . . LUID by god . . . 3 hours . . . Kitty Curt 
Thomas . . . Groundhog's Day at Erv's . . . Bar . . . 
Floor . . . Pinhead probation . . . hooray for us, 
and psi u . . . Karnish rides the subway . . . 
pennies from heaven . . . tell her you saw me in 
the shower . . . Rock 'n Roll caravan ... fat boys . 
. . more fun than you can fit in your mouth . . . 
ice chugs . . . Howiefest . . . Mat boxing . . . Dusty 
Rhodes . . . small package . . . Meal countdown . . 
fly dogs and devil dogs . . Dump truck . . beer 
farming . . . CARRY ON!! 



Living 269 



Phi Kappa Psi 



Pennsylvania Omicron Chapter 




W. FRED COST JR. 



ROBERT GLENNON 




MATTHEW KOFF 



ROBERT LENTINI 



PAUL SMOLETTE 



MICHAEL GUJDA 



BRIAN SANDERS 



THOMAS COURSEN III 



PENNSYLVANIA OMICRON CHAPTER 



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High High High Amici . . . Fat-off ... He ate 
Bert's arms! ... I chug, I chug . . . Tommy 
Wadster . . . Monster Hall . . . Texas Backsaw 
Massacre . . . Mike Mike Electric Mike . . . 
Stromboli of the Day ... Is that a cream donut in 
your pocket or are you just happy to see me? . . . 
Don't eat that wintergreen chapstick ... Phi 
Mu's for me and you . . . Hopkins Beach Bash 
Road Trip . . . Gus . . . Goodbye W. Fred, B, and 
Matt . . . Let's stay at UVA . . . oooh-oooh-yeah! . . 
. Foosball, the best defense is none at all . . . 
Pete, where'd I get these nice shoes? . . . The 
Band! The Band! . . . Stair Slides . . . Abuse the 
cat . . . Mr. TuU! Mr. Tull! . . . Let's send for 
another ELC . . . Third semiannual Phi Psi late 
night sing-along and preregistration bash . . . 
Pete's magnetic forehead . . . Dazers . . . Carri- 
bean Cruiser ... He Chef-Boy-R-D'ed on the 
carpet . . . Nice lava lamp ... Phi Psi nice guy . . . 
cheeseburgers . . . Leonard vs. Fred . . . Mad Dog 
Day Afternoon . . . That's a chichen? . . . Little 
Brothers- Arrgh I . . . Sunrisers. Fairy Fairy Bo 
Bairy . . , Snap the Orange Elephant . . . Heimlich 
boot maneuver . . . Goon Squad . . . The Grail . . . 
Pubday afternoons . . . Fred and Rob-on patrol . . 
. Pee-wee must die . . . Wendy's Super-Bar . . . 
Mikey DJ Jazzy Gudjstein Burgerwitz human 
beat box Christmas electric tree box Jeff . . . 
Hooking up . . . Fred "Turkey Legs" Cost . . . Blow 
Award . . . Beach Wrestling . . . Blood . . . We are 
Phi Psi, we'll never die! . . . 




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Pennsylvania Alpha Chapter 





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Grouser, Schtymer, Philbabe, Robespierre, MD, 
FK, Dicky, Mechanical Bill, Iggy, TJ, Grampa, 
Rick-Check 1989, Hey Cooler: the house is still 
standing. The executive escape pod-Crou.se laps, 
9 out of 10 Jewish girls prefer Doug Kessler, Bill- 
Nice friends, Just a few strokes-Robes' crack, 
Iggy the toll booth king-Schee ya!, Steve- Are you 
awake? This is Bullsh't! Floyd- I've become 
Dicky and Don-Hey man is this Freedom Rock? 
Phil- She isn't fat, she's just short for her weight, 
Frank- "Cliff Clavin", Todd- "Keep the motor 
runnin' . . . ", Late night AI's from hell, No 
date/You're driving the bus, Alright-who's got 
the remote. The GAR BAT, NO No Nannette-The 
pearl necklace, Roy Hobbs, Go for the gusto. 
Heinous, Of cours you can gar during the day- 



time. Don't waste condoms on random chicks. 
Pong gods-gar on us/we're no joe-k, sophomore 
rules, blow hole. Social pro sucks-Smeaton is 
really fair, Quality rackhead. My hair is drunk, 
I'm outta my bean. Do you want to . . . !?, 
Blaaade, Oh my Norman!, Whatta goof, Relax- 
Don't worry about it, The proverbial big elbow 
off the top rope, spaghetti nose. Tailgates-couch 
chugs/sunrise pong. Naked beer slides. Mantle 
dives. Beer showers, DC, Spiral-"you got a roll of 
quarters . . . ", BLATANTLY," That's where 
you're wrong, You're Weak, What's the random 
factor?, I can go in, I can go out, Bethlehem PD?, 
Getting douched builds character, McSorleys's- 
where's Dickey?-ATM, Gar-B-Ques, Monks, Pu- 
bahs, Apathetic Seniors?, . . . Schee yaaa!!!!! 



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Chug until your face contorts - Getting Mike 
Smokem's Babes - Too fat - ERV's bus - Having 
Zak - Last of the dinosaurs - We're STILL not 
gentlemen - Theta wenches from hell - Sunil is 
here! - Mugsy Ali - great post - S-have'em - 
probation - floor hockey finals - Moby Don - Dave 
Chen - Will Sue K ever pay her housebill? - 
Abortion sophomores - Nuts = Chris ■ sidekick = 
sum of C-words - Will Shag lose his pin'.' - paper 
tonight, Peter? ■ Pile on Slug/Smokem ■ Rambo 
still with us - Ken is getting laid more than 1 am - 
No donations for Lehigh! - Hank Gathers - 
Chuck's in charge, listen to Jim - Fix the soda 
machine, G - Brad, its not too late ... - Bonanza 
rally - Watching Days - Dicky V. - Who is that 
Janice chick? - Doug, study! - Wait, I'm Kope! ■ 
Emily = Shecum - Where's Marty?- Missing Neil 
- Sloth all day with A ■ Slag = Kyle = Ohio - The 
real, real JW - Psycho trip - pinless Kojak • Just 
say N20 - ZEUS! t ts - House fined! - John.son & 
Cowe slammed that homo - Berliner pounded our 
Bird - Don't let Chops die - T.O.M. is watching - 
Rose loves Rick ■ CHICKEN - Pump for Uncle 
Sam, O.P! - Machine ■ Fascist ■ Swine - The 



Skipper is dead - Phi Sig 1, Lehigh - Chaka Zulu 
= Gupta - Death for Free - We can share the 
women, we can share the wine - Pompeii - Who's 
that Mike guy? - Next time use the window 
Shecum - Fortune cookie - Ding Dana - Cashbar ■ 
Phi Sig Open - G loses his TV for a kiss ■ Kean out 
of office - Bart Simpson says "Lehigh Blows 
Man" - Born to be Bundy ■ Simey & Sarah tie the 
knot - Sunil & Ted & Slick in the swamp - Ricky 
loves Dipti • Snaking Shirt fails again - NUG! • 
bar stalagtites - Rock Solid - Fisher's Island - Dry 
Sig - Jamaica - Dude says Pump Bing hits - Peter 
Pan won't fly away - Naked beer pong - URI 
busts - Selling Reed's Remote - The fat boys - 
Slag vs. Chicken Lounge ■ Slick & Anders stoop 
their lowest; Hathaway • Tails on top of the 
world. TO: Shagmonster, Stackmouse, C-Day, 
Dude, Reed, Grimace, Don, \'ik. Slag, Peter: We 
remember the old times with a smile and the 
new Lehigh with a cringe, but Phi Sig is still »*1 . 

TO: Hugel II, Sean, J.W., Otis, Buck, Phil, 

Kope, Fresh, Nash, James, K.J., Doug, Ted. Z, 
Brock, Mark: Waaaaaaah!!! 





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Pi Kappa Alpha 

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For Starters: Acronym Gods - TBR wknd; HLN, 
BB's, LT's, ST's; GC, ND; GG's, BM's: BTE Leh- 
Laff '89; 20 dav ML, lAA wknd, BFG's, BPG's, 
ZG's UZG's, AMG's, IMCG's, TG's, SM's; PHILLY: 
BLEACHERS, BREW HOUSE, OSCAR's TAVERN- 
THE BOOT!, OVER RAIL AT DEAD SHOW; 

WHAT'S THAT KID ON? BEER! THEY'RE 

AT IT AGAIN- TOM'S DEN, CHI-CHI'S Waitress 
party, I love Manny's, Paradise Alley. PIKE 
FEST I, II, and III: Certain things are "key . . . 
Beers are key, tunes are key . . . That's it! Ed, 
Where's the" ladder'.' The" BOAT. WRIGLEY 
FIELD - GREG; easily; All dringing is optimal; 
Hughes - JAIL! - EZI and the PIZZA MAN; I bet 
I'm more rippeder than you; FIRE 'EM UP; B- 
Foos to the death - Again; he's changed; I'll make 
you a cooler; Bernie McGillacutty; 1 have this 
theory; Pounding with the best of 'em; You can't 
put a price on fun; SUN B. Grin & Barrett; I'll 
make you a cooler!! LUCAS, EZI, Larry; It's been 
fun Brian!! 




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Quien es mas mach? . . . Help a brother out . . . 
The Dick Hauck Inflatable Doll . . . Porn King . . 
Whatever! . . . Sh-tever! . . . Fitteron, Fitteron, 
Fit, Fit, Fitteron . . . Thanx Jen, love, the Penta- 
gon ... I WISH they called me Jester . . . Oh, Dear 
God! ... We get the second to last laugh! ... Oh 
those afflictions you caused my father, oh those 
carbuncles, oh those warts . . . Dank 

Staaaaaaaah! Run with it! . . . Okay, I'm it - 

I'm still not going . . . Don't be bitter Garito . . . 
Hawt Sheaus! . . . Happy Mawdi Graw! . . . 
Pierces BBQ . . . Como se dice, "stanky"? . . . THE 
BIG LIE . . . Aaaaaal right, Ooooooh Kay, 
Haaaaaanh in there! . . . Ini, Pete Pawlenko 
called . . . Something about "twixt men" . . . Wed. 
night pubnights! . . . Well, Spaketh . . . Pfft-cht- 
whaaaat? . . . Nice pooper! . . . Talkin' 'bout 
brothers, brothers . . . Tres chichas, una otra 
para bailar . . . Cybubba, Cybummin' . . . Saggy 
baggy elephant . . . Out little crustacean friends . 
. . More Gentiles! ... Put a sock in it Baliotti! . . . 
Hauck's the coolest guy in the house, just ask 
him . . . Make em' feel warm, make em' feel 
welcome . . . He's a real go getter . . . Vou 
aaahhhh! . . . Hey Ini, nice hickey on your fore- 
head . . . Donge . . . Don't tell anyone - but if you 



do, tell them not to tell anyone . . . Baliotti you 
dumb guinea . . . Hey Ini, 15 gets you 38 . . . 
Plaidman and Vwartboy . . . Fight the dishwash- 
ers .. . I'm going to do to you what I did to your 
brother . . . It's funny, I hate the itching - but I 
don't mind the swelling . . . Hey, Curran, Spring- 
stein sucks! ... I haven't laughed this hard since 
Platoon ... Is this a comedy or drama'? . . . 
Alright Rocco! . . . Scubadivers eat well? ... I got 
"five" . . . Shotgun! . . . Randy ■ mile high club! . . 
. Have trust - in Russ . . . Brothers Witherspoon 
and Chavez ... El Gordo Bako . . . Remote control 
everything . . . Varsity and JV Pledges ... I'm 
white and I whine . . . Truth in rhyme . . DW 
Bubsie . . . Beat it! . . . Sancheeez . . . Sticky 
McWhoopsim . . . Satchmo . . . Weedles . . PhiUy 
Sh-tkicker . . . Hey - Baliotto can't use the rifle! . 
. Not four years, but five . . . Ini, don't be afraid 
. . Hickory Dickory Mewis ... In baseball, it's a 
full count . . . It's all second hand info . . . 
Randeeeee . . . Schmell weel . . . 2-2-3, a.k.a. 2-7 . . 
. Later Boys - Shanken, Fraiz, Schmal, Gareeti, 
Haucker, Fitteron, Newmsy, Curran, Yen, Pohb- 
dorf, Lewis, Baliotti, Mariani, P.M.S. Bubba, 
M.I. A., Sanchez, Dimson, & Hannig. 



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Hey Kolt, want a ride in the firetiuck? . . , That's 
it, you're dead! . . . Farmer, do you actually 
believe the bullshit you say to people? . . . Zig, 1 
kicked your ass ■ In a dream! . . . Give 'em an 
inch and they take a light year! . . . It's just 
water ... Oh, who the hell am I kidding. Zippy 
pissed on me! . . , Joe's in the kitchen again . . . 
Well, alright . . . Look at those two girls, 1 get the 
ugly one! . . . It's a fraternity . . . Ding, everything 
. . . Hello, Allegheny'? I'd like to order a Titus of 
food ... I can deal with fish . . . Don't eat the 
food, I'll have to order more ... I have two words 
for you: Idiot! . . . They are ugly, use your 
imagination . . . Vou know, when I was a pledge . 
. . Jim, that's great and stuff . . . .Again (on the 
replay), that's two catchs in a row! . . . Don't 
strike me . . . She's got a tire valve on her 



stomach . . . Well, I heard Schlepp was going to 
dump you, so I was wondering . . . Ooof! !V1y balls 
. . . PSI r potato famine . . . Wait, so who does 
have the lightbar'.' . . . My God, Tom has a hard- 
on! .. . Wake-up with a Woody in the morning . . . 
short attention span . . . Look, what's that! It's a 
full moon in Tom's room . . . Hey Dave, isn't she 
in high school? . . . There's no such thing as 
viscosity! . . . Does heat rise? . . . Chill! . . . Does 
he sound that bad, well we told him . . . Hey 
Emerson, when's Candy gonna start that new 
diet plan? . . . Dan, could you be more high on 
yourself? . . . No, I can't . . . Don't mess with the 
mixer, you know we've had mixer problems in 



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Sigma Kappa Chapter 






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Welcome my sons, welcome to the Machine! . . . 
For the last time: Don't be late, Don't be last, and 
never, never be a no show ... 16 as 1 from 
freshmen to senior year, HA-Ha we had earplugs 
. . . Jump up and down and bark like dogs ... Do 
the Boonie . . . Off the wall . . . N minus zero . . . 
Blow to your left ... the Pink Panther . . . Dorf's 
head in a train . . . Scamming everything that's 
Ours . . . Fred blowing . . . J.D. . . AHHHHH more 
time . . . Lafayette sucks . . . N.Y.C. magic bus, 
100,000 whippits, equal number of fatties . . . 
Who rushed the retards? . . . What happened to 
Dink's nose . . . Lehigh v. Temple . . Blowmobile 
in Totawa . . . Darren . . . Itty Bitty . . . Gross 2 on 
1, Kill the Buff . . . Scrocking P.J. . . Malthi = 
man overboard . . . Fred's video show . . . mind if 
we play through . . . M.O.M. . . about 10,000 Dead 
shows for the brotherhood WALSTIB . . . Sanford 
& Son . . . Good Times . . . White Shadow . . . Irv's 
. . . Scrock . . . best council of all time . . . Many 
brotherhood trips . . . A.C. . . Fla 89, ugly duck- 
ling, Magic Kingdom . . . Jamaica 90 & Bahamas 
90 . . . DOUGLAS is Champion . . . Many, many, 



many, 3-footers, The lineup . . . Bluestine Red- 
beard red-headed jackass Fra Diablo Mugga 
Rusty Jones ITS Kris Kringle Bluefag and . . . 
Aronhole Doug Humpty Dumpty toe cheese Little 
Red Riding Hood . . . Zizmur .Archisquid Mr. P- 
body Mike Brady Wanton . . . Norm Kahuna LF 
Bubby . . . Dink Jimmy Durante Archie Zippy the 
Pinhead . . . Gross mushmouth IM Nevitt Best 
VLC in history . . . Evan & the Bankteller . . . 
Driving up the Lincoln Memorial Bluestine & 
Tunya . . . Brad & Tonka . . . Hampton VA ... The 
search of the car officer prebut on N.J.T.P. . . 
Johnny Finger Phil Snyder . . . Fred .Augustus 
Gloop Fwed . . . Segal Cue ball Randall Boy 
George Sanford . . . Chunder Smegma Barney 
Slut Flat top . . . Jose Hose Cuervo Babarino 
J.Y.D. Coon . . . Malthi Gilligan Tampax Chick- 
ens, bittens, Vince Clorthou . . . Ratboy turd the 
rattones . . . Chaka Zinjan thropus Scotch . . . 
Freed Douglas Lucas Poindexter . . . Raboy- 273 
degrees K. Strom team wolf Jaundice Strome . . . 
It's all over, the end of a Dynasty Sammyism is 
over, Live Doug and Prosper!!!! 



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Hayes Monster, Porter, Gut (EKTO), Scooter, 
Len, the Wig-Man, Fetterman, Sluggo Brod, Zoid, 
Rog (GC), Wu, Wax, Cowboy? . . . Butt-head 
seniors . . . Rachel, Tracy, Rebecca and Melynne - 
you have our deepest sympathies . . . Pledge mop 
. . . Pledge Horse - This ain't no C-class show . . . 
Reserve the park, is Gerwig dead? Ok, send up 
Wasted, Wasted, Wasted . . . Lippy, we can't hear 
you! . . . Iota? ... I don't recognize that name? . . . 
Fourteen pledges and four kegs, off to another 
tailgate we go in the gut mobile . . . Sweet 
triangular loft . . . Terrace the hill, ya right . . . 
Oh keeper o'motor head room — Party indica- 
tors, nice try Len and Scoot . . . Sweet stereo 
(trophy) stands . . . Horn, Dude, Chill ... The last 
of the great Sigma Nu Labor Day Hawaiian Par- 
ties, '87 ... . Punchy duty, Wu? . . . Rah-Rah 
Room . . . Naked Oil Checks . . . Great White 
North Club ... "I see five young guys drive by at 
72 mph on a Friday night and this car reeks of 
alcohol, to tell you the truth it gives me a hard- 
on, and I'm not even a fag!" - NJ State Trooper . . 
. Port-o-Shots of JD . . . .\nother Banner? . . . 
Greek Week 87, someone help Brian do the din- 
ning room . . . There's Nothing Like a Beautiful 
Girl . . . "Whip It"-Air Band . . . Skin the pig See 
Ya, Rog will do it . . . Cowgirl . . . Scorpion Bowls, 
again? . . . Why are we in the kitchen at 4:00 .AM? 



- Thanks Wig, HP Showers? ... The Porter 
Memorial Bread Room (Pretty Scary?) . . . Cardi- 
nal Puff at Killington . . . Sweet military ID 
JOHN! . . . Help me Rhonda . . Hey, Brian, Bri, 
that's your laundry basket! . . . Shredding aerials 
on Hamburger-Hill . . . Bri, geome? . . . Where's 
the ketchup? . . . Gerwig, you're back! How was 
thanksgiving? Jay, how was the Poconos? ... Fat 
Man Rocks . . . Hudson, Ohio, a great place to 
live? . . . Risk reduction - It's a dinosaur's mental- 
ity .. . John Kline, RIP . . . Sentenary bimbos- 
lock your doors! . . . Jo-Jo TKO, Round 1, See ya . . 
. MD 20/20 ... The face-mask ... The Decline of 
Man . . . Thanks Jer, Bob & Phil . . . Ride into the 
sun . . . The quarry . . . Bitchin' Ekto Van - 
tailgates '89 . . . Fishbone there is no substitute . . 
. Sigma Nu annex at Stowe, thanks Spencer . . . 
Balcony drops ... Ah yes, another keg of The 
Bull . . . Whiskey Road . . . Friday afternoon 'tails 
. . . Con now, git it . . . Heee baby, reason - 
another K for Zoid . . . Cheers . . . Bootleg Bar: 7, 
II, or doubles . . . Piels . . . "Russ never sleeps" . . 
. Alta-chicks were already diggin' us when we 
got there . . . Rugby games . . . Libya is alive and 
well, somewhere . . . wake up to find out that you 
are the eyes of the world .... And We Bid You 
Goodnight 




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TRACTOR BEAMS ON! Club it!; Oh my God, I 
can't believe you said that!; Gittlefunnel!!!; What 
the hell's going on here'? Where's the records 
room'?; Try to make it look like an accident!; I 
don't know what it is, but I think it's broken; 
Sucks to be you, dude!; Only if G. May was tied to 
the bumper!; Pound for Pound, Gittleman in '90; 
Kissing Lessons II, aka Tony; Women, you can't 
live with them . . . pass the beer nuts; It's all pink 
in the middle!; These are just getting worse and 
worse; I think we're stick in a do loop; Where's 
Gittleman'? . . . He's chopping broccoli!!!; Chicks 
"dig" Bruce (and dogs dig bones, so who cares); 
Good evening ladies ... Oh, you're leaving'?; . . . 
and then she kissed him!; Free food, Free Bar!; 
Gittle, you just went through a stop sign! .... 
That's okay, it was yellow. 



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Welcome to my humble abode . . . hawk fell off 
the porch, but he landed on a soft girl ... 1 just 
called to say "I love you," for 13 hours . . . 
FOOCHETTE". . . piece of tree defense . . There's 
a chick with a rat on her shoulder . . . Russ = 
Raymond = Homewrecker . . . Shakka . . . Zuluuu 
, . . Telluride Trip . . . Stu has Purple lips . . . 
l^henomena . . Dr. Mike/ Mr. Raymond MD . . . 
Pitch is QUITE gay . . . Bitter-where's my car?? 
Poultry Suite, Banana Boat . . . The Dani Love 
Triangle . . Gregg got poison ivy . . . Cornelius . . 
G'mo is more of a man than Sir Charles . . . Jim is 
Letterman . . . 'pictures of Darcie, make my life 
so wonderful' . . . Coon Daaawg . . . The Abyss . . . 
Skirtmatt, get a diaper . . . Chuckles . . Mr. 
Bologna Head lives on . . . McCaffrey = Flynn 
Blanket Party for Eric ... Red = Cliff Clavin". . . 
Daisy is an AOPi litter brother . . . Jen is Willow . 
. . Kick the door in, Vinny .... Hank has never 
been accused of intelligence . . . Hey Skeletor, 
Let's play Pastors of the Universe. WE'RE NUM- 
BER ONE!!! PALTWSOTBOTO 




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Me and my . . . Two cups ... Bo knows Beeker . . . 
Bo know V . . . . Ch! . . . Randall walks on water . . 
. I'd rather have a bottle in fronta me than a 
frontal labotamy . . . Todd Groff Showcase . . . 
Dan Barlshrap . . . Sean, there's no hidden mean- 
ing .. . They call me, Weinie, Don't they? . . . 
Dun-Dun Dunn! . . . Chug! . . But I don't know her 
name! . . .. ir-re-gardless! . . . Curtiss Interruptus 
... He could go all the way . . . Back - Back - Back 
- Back! . . . The 6'5" so-pho-more from Funt 
Michigan! . . . Duh, Duh, Duh, Duh, Dat! (chug) . 

. . V.J Yes, but I loves the Cherry Sauce! . . 

Bill, It's raw - I don't care . . . Tube Bah . . 
C'Ksucker . . . The happy club Zonk . . . Five 
ones . . . Cause I'm looking to buy a Z ... We are 
De-Paul . . . Hey, Buffy .... Got any Weed'.' . . . 
Shall we go you and I which we can . . . Wonder- 
ful things happen at a Grateful Dead Concert . . . 
I want to emulate Mats . . . Haze the House! . . . 
Annex rocks The House . . . Popper Graduates? . . 
. I'm not drinking tonight ... .A pipe of reefer 
before breakfast gives a man the strength of a 
hundred camels in the courtyard ... I don't piss 
on your clothes . . . Allentown Bar Supply. 




Living 291 



Theta Chi 



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PHONE!! . . Smoke my piece pipe smoke it right . . 
Cheese and a whole lot of hard work . . JAC . . 
She probably said maybe . . I am not fat I just 
weigh a lot . . Chuck! who screws your head on? . 
. Shut up Matt! O.K. Amo! Cub fan Bud man . . 
Hey Lou now you are 0-12 . . Sex is an act just 
like brushing your teeth . . She is just a girl that 
has to remember to take the pill every day . . 
Because I am blue? no blue balling . . And a three 
from the Russian judge . . Jesus our cruise direc- 
tor . . the old 96er . . The jump seems higher 
because you are standing . . The "Brave" . . What 
time is the cheese club meeting? . . $150 tip that 
is about right . . HOT SOUP! . . I probably would 
have had a lot of quotes from that Saturday if I 
could have remembered anything . . Lehigh 
Chicks you are L'NTROPICAL". . This is not your 
bag you are delirious . . Charles that is not your 
name . . Could you get the phone for me I am not 
here . . Hurry up! . . Who is this chick? . . What 
can I get for ten dollar? . . Is a dork good or bad . . 
We are in the April of our life . . You know what 
1 mean? . . Naathing. I don't care just give me 
three credits . . I hate Chuck (I mean Charlie) 
Infinity to one, put me down for a dollar . . I'll go 



out drinking only if 1 can drive . . Would you 
think it funny if I took out your mother? . . I hope 
God loves you because no one else does . . Cau- 
tion this vehicle makes wide right hand turns . . 
Cameras I think they are waterproof . . What do 
you mean we're not initiated? . . APATHY 
EQUALS SUCCESS . . School is something I do on 
my off hours . . Hey what's for dinner? go talk to 
Chuck . . IVlusic is that what Dom plays? . . Hey 
where is Stein? Did you check the TV room . . 
Your so tense! . . Chuck E. Dubbs . . Waffle house 
. . Tonight: tonight is your night bro . . Beer; just 
something 1 drink . . Pistachios what color? red 
of course . . Are you ready? I am but the rest of 
us are not . . I'll have two adult tickets please . . 
I'll have to see some ID please . . Chief one for 
both breasts . . Kev and Amo why?? . . 
YOOOOOOO!! Nestle Crunch . . I don't have the 
feeling . . I heard a rumor . . A bus? Ya, I rode 
one once . . What can make me feel this way? 
cocktails . . Mondav? I think it comes after 
Thursday . . AMO, CHIEF, DeHAVEN, HORN, 
REBEL, LOU, LORY, CRASH (I guess we know 
who the better driver is), RAGU, STEIN. L.T., 
WATTERS . . . ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING 




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Adam Moore; Zetes need dates party!; Matto's 
brother would do it! Ju-ice!; Just tuck it!; Lough- 
ran scores big in Florida!; Get Loose!; Shake- 
speare at the HO!; Come on noe Feve!; Rob's 
temple; Zete's charter!: Bert!; IVIarty "Stump" 
Droney!; Doob is gonna pin her!; Keep the keep: 
work it; naked beer slides: Bake's whipped: Offi- 
cer Richard's cool; see ya Lane; The great 90 case 
zete tailgate; t-wold; Frank stay away from the 
taps; Evan's girl friend; Rain man!: Iron Mike 
Curran; Kyle Boschen. Kyle who?; Another year 
without a party with Kappa Alpha Theta; Hi 
Andy, Hi Chap, Hi Chepaaitis, Hi Andrew!; Dou- 
ble Team: Grab your ankles; Naked stair tumble; 
"Fine me, I have more money!" 



Living 299 



Living In A Sorority 






The women involved in Lehigh's Greek system 
say sorority life is one of their most memorable 
and rewarding experiences in college. The spe- 
cial ties between the sisters is what sets the 
sorority house apart from ordinary dorms, and 
really turns the house into a home. 

Sorority women are required to live in their 
chapter house for one year, usually when they 
are sophomores. Pledges and new sisters find 
this a time to really become close with the older 
sisters and each other and to learn the give and 
take of sorority life. 

When asked what they liked most about living 
in a sorority, most women will agree that it is a 
place to be yourself, a "home away from home" 
where the friendship and love bet-veen the sis- 
ters can not be replaced. 

After graduation the chapter house takes on a 
new role - a place to come back to. Sisterhood is 
for a lifetime, and whether an alumna has been 
out of school for one year or ten, she can always 
return to her sorority house and be welcomed by 
her sisters. 




Alpha Chi Omega 

Theis Chi Chapter 





Tina - shut up!, Frisbee Flop, Natalie - born to 
rock, Suzanne's Juggling Act, The last to experi- 
ence "the traditional" Lehigh, Pledge #27-T.S., 
P.P the big V, Where'd you learn to dance?, Irvs?, 
Chi-Chi's rush almost gave us a pain in the ass. 
Alpha Chi pro bowling league, we're really strik- 
ing, Roasted and Toasted, seniors, escaping the 
rain cloud, adventures in smags. Standards erot- 
ic entertainment, AEXO, Lisa and Lisa we are 
the same person, 1 love you, I really do!, Karens 
loves us all, Chelsea lavaliers herself, the boy 
next door Michelle get lavalamped by a fresh- 
man, Its Elizabeth not Liz-for the record. Sing 
Along disaster for Stacey, Jane and Kathy - 
Bench Buddies, Cathy Cranky A.K.A. Oscar Mad- 
ison, engaged Blind dates. The only thing he's 
getting committed to is an asylum. The Quarter- 
back Crunch, Bobi and Karen: the Theta Chi 
terrorists, Linda - 2 are better than one, Bevs 



dirty dancing, Do the Janet, Du-me-likea-Camel- 
Hamel, Was that belly dancing or . . ., Isn't he 
taller. No more L.S.M., Lesby Rush Drill Sargent, 
See Dick Run - See Jane whine. Warden's blind 
date again & again & again, Bobi - 1 guy - o 
rooms - 1 house: Kris -2 guys - 4 rooms = = same 
house, Cradle robbing. Weekly Fox hunts, Bevs 
mammoth ball of wax, Lehigh's got the cleanest 
buses around, Lip dance, Instrumentals, I hate 
when I get drunk and do that in public. The Ho is 
just too convenient, Happy Hera Day, Do you like 
your neighbor'?, LITB, Dinosaur kin, late night 
rampages. Food, Sex, and Beer (not necessarily 
in that order), Hooking up with freshman. Holy 
Sh t, he's pinned!, Bev, I don't have to go!, I'm 
never drinking again!, 9 '/2 weeks, Chelsea's sofa 
(at zetes), Post Ho car lifting, Sure you don't 
remember. 




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Alpha Gamma Delta 

Zeta Beta Chapter 




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IN THE BEGINNING - - • Buddy tickled my . . . 
Pledge Bolt - PSU '87 . . . Bras for shirts ... The 
Celibate Crew ... Hot tubbing at Alpha Sig . . 
Mooning on 22 . . . Pledgebreath!!! . . . Prank 
Chairman from hell . . . Red, Buff and Green the 
Hill . . . Boof day . . . Steak & Molsen . . . Power 
Pizza . . . Electric Jello . . . Hyperactive? ... Sig 
Ep on Tuesday, Pi Lam on Wednesday . . . Late 
Kite Sigs ... Do you really have ears? . . Penis 
cake and drinking Blow Jobs . . . with or without? 



she savs condom! 



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Meader . . . Dan, our Alpha ■ Sarah, our Omega . . 
. 7am cleanups - after the formal!! . . . how do 
you get rid of a hickey ■ Band Aid or spoon? . . . 
another formal at Cirvallero's . . Merry Christ- 
mas Dipti - need a room? . . . formal dresses that 
won't stay up . . . the last of the real Greek 

Weeks . . ". Theta Chi groupies PHI KAP - 

RUN AND HIDE!!! . . . Linda, did you find the 
clue? . . . MV, where are your shoes? . . . pound- 
ing the pigs; a presidential tradition . . . Sta, was 
your zipper up or down? . . . drunken closet 
parties . . . House fines ... 1 wanna go to Beta . . . 
. AND WHO CAN FORGET - - - I'm Betty Davis, 
kiss my hand . . . Chapter Council has decided . . . 
Love ya Babe . . . Let's vote on it ... I have a date 
with a townie . . I took mv clothes off after he 



left . . . someone, somewhere needs to talk to 
somebody . . . Cheryl's plastic dress . . . It's 
Raining Men ... the men that we have shared . . . 
Pledge Chelle . . . Onlv one House Left!! It's 
FINALLY OVER - - Buddha parties . . . MD, a 
Crow's best friend . . . break a leg, Riz . . . House 
of Giants, Jacksonville, Hillside House .... death 
of the Candlelighting . . . Linda R, last of the 
wusses ... a nice Indian boy . . . Kerry's powei' 
belches . . . from dead head to bang your head . . . 
Dianne's at the B&W - again! . . . Linda "Crash" 
Eickemeyer . . Shaggy and Daphne . . . Stanley, 
another boyfriend? ... "I have archetechture"- 
LM . . . Allison, is there a basketball game? . . . 
Clare still needs an ID . . . Meesch's pinning 
party . . . Whiskey Missy . . . Sandi and the 
MCATS . . . NB - into freshman . . . Amy "dates" a 
lot ... . someone help Tina brush her teeth . . . 
YOU GOT A NICE WHITE DRESS AND A PARTY 
ON INITIATION!!!! Goodbye Alpha Gam - We'll 
miss you! Don't ever forget, ONLY THE GOOD 
DIE YOUNG!! We love you - Geek, Stanley, Kerry, 
Dez, Amy, Sta, Overseas, Chelle, Linderzinden, 
Sandi, Meesch, Rizz, Cheryl, SueBee Sue, Boo, 
Doo, Maria V, Woody, Danielle, Dianne, Missy, 
Kelly, Testy Clare, Linda R, Nikki. 




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Alpha Omicron Pi 

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So'.' . . . D'JVA get a little nookie?; The Smut 
Board; Surprisel-The Seniors are going out; Na- 
dine is tense again; "Thirty Something"; The 
Skeevy; Body Shots at "The Ho"; The Empty Bed 
Patrol; Gee I'm really tired, do you want to come 
home with me?; Oh, Its such a burden; Tossing 
cookies in a glass; THORNS to the toilet paper on 
the third floor; 21 Club; Heinous Nightmare; I'm 
not driving; Townie Tuesday at the Ho; De-pin- 
nings; Oh baby you, you got what I need!; The 
bimbo's back; The Hookup Fondue; Top This!; 
"We are the B.W.O.C.'s, coo coo ca choo'; "That's 
a nice fish!"; They always come back for more; 
Nah Nah Nah Nah, Hey, Hey, Hey, Goodbye!; 
We'll have another pitcher of Coor's Light; "Ad- 
dicted to Love"; Kim Is the Phantom; You a Foo, 
a foo for love that is; "Cause they buy the beer 
and we dwink it!'; Random; Come out and play: 



Explanation Rule; MEXICAN; Do you have the 
dice?; You're a lunatic; Welcome to the "Cheese- 
ball" club; It's an omen!; Whoever said freshman 
are too young?; Rambler, Rambler, Rambler; The 
Bone; Loving Cup; Captain, my Captain; My King- 
dom for a diet pepsi; Eat Dana G's shorts; 16 will 
get you 20-Shelia; AOPi seniors at Sig EP; What 
up?; Grain doesn't stain; The Simpsons are on!; 
Blatantly!; Literally; Swing Batta batta; TCBY; 
Westpointers; Those damn rodents, mon; Dan-0- 
Yoda's favorite Fiji alum?; Where's the dog 
house?; Who dat? . . . Who dis?; No run-on juice; 
Cheese, Gleem, Weasel, Manni, Madonna, Clue- 
less, Sandra Dee, Hulk. Since I was three, Spaz, 
Random, Chugger, Juggler, Socialite, Spunky, 
Mademoiselle, Flash, Smitten, The Post Bids - 
Thanks for the BEST years of our lives. 



Living 307 



: Alpha Phi 



Epsilon Psi Chapter 




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Chairtalk. We don't want your pin. Who's the 
president of the U.S.? Airband, California girls. 
The missing pledge, Donna. Who's Lee lacocca'? 
Blond and Brunette smokeout. Roastbeef it! 
Time-life fountain. Snip-Snip. Rem car ruls & sex 
ettiquete while camping. He's the b . . est! Wyn- 
ett in the lake. Ghost stories with Shawn. The 
dykes of Cornell. Pledgedance. Leaving the JD 
for Cat & Bethy. Curfew -Where's Renee & Cat'.' 
Kitt Bitch. Weedwacking. End of an era . . . 
Lowest GPA & Highest BAC. Nicole will clean 
the stove. The slowest bed in history. Keghunt - 
cheater= winner. Lean on me. C'est la phi. Dizzy 
bats. Alpha Sig wooden genitalia. Torey and the 
rock. Bye Madeline! Secret handshake . . . Things 
we'll never see: Toni at LI'; Cat not asking for a 



bite; Renee monogamous; Heidi in love with a 
skinny blonde; Donna horny; Tina unattached; 
Hersh without her suit of armor; Karin without a 
story; Meredith domesticated; Wynett without a 
rant; Sleff without vocal chords; Pam with vocal 
chords; Corey with a beer; Caroline missin' a 
p'ty; Nicole without a smile; Wendy at an A-Phi 
function; Sandra mute & motionless; Schindler at 
Nutrasystem; Ellen without her smoking chair; 
Bethy without her horns; Julie with nothing to 
say; Tracie without a scam; Kerry with real hair 

color; Julie S. not mentioning Paul; 

Alpha Phi - thanx for memories - We'll miss you! 
LOVE, the b . . est seniors ever! — The last of 
the dazed and hazed! 



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Delta Gamma 

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Delta Gamma's Last Will and Testament: MISSY: 
A boyfriend that weighs more than she does: A 
direct line to the health center; A wardrobe 
without studs. STACY: A stairwell; a closet; a 
membership to the Girlfriend Survival Society. 
MICHELE: Common sense; a serious boyfriend; a 
white barn. JULIE: $3.8 million; a snowball; a 
captain's jersey. LAURA W: Flat hair; a pair of 
scissors; Freedom gum (it doesn't stick); stock in 
WaWa. MELISSA: A pastel wardrobe; I lb of 
Grade A beef; a 6 ft apparatus. ANDREA: a 
canoe; stock in GE; chains to a towtruck. 
KATHY: a bid to Theta Delt; a cream-colored 
rose; the Rauch Business Center. LAURA J: A 
random hook-up: a map to find her way home; 
bangs. NICOLE: a Nose ring: lead weight to bring 
her down to earth; a dozen roses. LIZ: Member- 
ship in the Republican Party; a centerfold spread 
in Playboy. AMY: A round-trip ticket to Colum- 
bia; a new voice when she's drunk. BETH F; a 
stapler; a tampon; a bra; big hair. BETH A: a 
hook-up; the Presidency of DG; a house in Beth- 
lehem. Terrorizing Tribe of Twenty minus 4! 



Cybelle and Stacia we miss you! Melissa and 
Kristy get divorced. Jingle pledges from hell. 
How many pledges in a jeep'? Syracuse by storm- 
Crashing the Phi Delt formal, Kissing Contest 
(Congrats Amanda)- they'll never be the same. 
Tequilla Tastes Good-take two. Getting revenge 
on Susan and Sarah. It's my B-day, LET ME 
OUT!! Curfew nites. Kidnapping AXP'SIGS, ATO. 
The Depledging-Greek Week. The Candlelight 
Inn Formal. IF YOU CAN'T DRINK A BEER LIKE 
A DG CAN, YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE GOD- 
DAMNED BEER IN YOUR HAND. E. 5th. Web- 
ster St. The Locker Room. Lemon Drops and 
Tequilla Slammers. If you don't like it-LEAVE! E. 
5th Crush Party. And so we Flail. Breakfast for 
14 at the LR. Excuse me this is MY keg. Thurs 
nite pub nights. Did you say :52? (Ali-let the 
legend live on) Yes, girls live here-we are men: 
the transient couch; 13 out of 15 go to Hell. For 
$800 a semester, I'll take 2 apples Thank-You! To 
the best of friends and the best Four years of our 
lives . . . We'll miss you all next year! Good luck, 
have fun, and try to hang on to the charter!!!!!! 




Living 311 



Delta Zeta 



Xi Pi Chapter 





Thanks from the seniors for Senior \Veei< - • • 
Confessions will always be a secret!! Maria the 
Savior . . Laura S. the adequate queen . . Lisa, 
can we have a ride to the meeting? ... It 
wouldn't be a DZ function if it wasn't late . . . 
As.sorted junkies and non-alcoholic materials . . . 
Field reps, again'.' . . . Jimmy Buffet . . . volcanoes 
and poptarts (I DON'T KNOW!) . . . deer patrol . . 
IVIDTT and CL or CI and MDTT (what's that 
rhyme again?) Hey SB (silver bullet, shitty, 
snowball) . . . B.\RRY!! (copa, copacabaaana) . . . 
riding low and hanging out . . . at tailgates ... "1 
only like LP and Down rides" . . . What happened 
to the couch? ... I was walking down the stairs 
and there was an obstacle-L.ALR.A! . . . PIKE's 
POISON punch, Theta Chi's POISON punch!!! . . . 
Where did vou get all those hats? . . . PHONE 
CH.\1N? . . ". WH.\T PHONE CHAIN'??'?'?'.' . . I'm 
glad I'm getting use out of my white dress!!!! . . . 
.Marcus, that's a black name . . . CATS, CATS 
everywhere . . . shh, top secret info . . . BIRKEL 
HOUSE delivers (w/i 30 min. or it's free!) Did 
you do that? That wasn't very nice, Erin, to the 
Officer! . . . Don't break up with him just because 
he is an asshole . . . How does it feel to be a DZ, 
DZ?''? ... I want a tour of Alpha Sig . . . Did YOU 



bring the wallpaper samples? What's your favor- 
ite color? ... Do you have any Grey Poupon? . . . 
It was a State Trooper ... I flashed him!! . . . 
That BIKE has got to go! . . . rocks on sticks . . 
Does your BALONEY have a first name? . . . 
ZETA-the fish that wouldn't die . . What hap- 
pened to the pledges condoms, Colleen????? ... If 
our colors our pink and green, is the watermelon 
our national fruit? . . HO-HOing it tonight ... I 
hope you get NINE inches tonight . . of SNOW!! . . 
Ladies . . . DFZ . . OBICU (open bar in chandler 
ullman) . . . Dingy loves Spanky . . . WE ARE D, 

WE ARE D, WE ARE DR RDS My life 

is a bus schedule . . . MUD football . . . You can 
MAKE apple pie?? . . . una, dos, tres, repita . . . 
POCO-Call it Love- The Lehigh song . . . Free 
Falling, Shooting Star, and whatever that 
Springsteen song was . . . Cocktails . . . Wanna go 
to CHi CHi's for lunch— Burrito ala Hepatitis . . . 
up top and in between . . . Dee the super bus 
driver! . . . "I'll only go to Celt's if I can eat (same 
goes for KA) .... "You dance like a jive turkey . . 
. I'm only going out for an hour ... GO figure!! . . 
Seniors, we'll miss you— come back and visit and 
see the new house —and good luck — We love 
our House!!! 








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Kappa Alpha Theta 

EpsUott Rho Chapter 




The sinners are much more fun. You're just 
afraid you're gonna like it. Drinl<ing Porch, 
[^iedge class from hell is finally leaving. Don't 
cry over split milk. Monday nights at the HO, 
now this is college. Food committee's playing 
poker. Buttercup. Stone cold Busted! And the 
crowd goes wild! ED . . . play pump up the jam, 
play pump up the jam. Cancun '90! Spontaneous 
roadtrips . . .Ml.\'s: If it was just Val, Sue D. and 
Chrissy I wouldn't be worried, but Hilary has a 
huge project . . . should 1 worry? Nah, were just 
calling the hospitals! Tell me a lie . . .! My 
"eatem" sweater! You're so pretty! Twee man. 
Look! See! Redundant! Oh sure— its all fun and 
games until someone uses you as a hammer! 
Dinner and Drinks on the house. The Jetsons— In 
fact, that must be them now! x-what? x-what? 
Axis! Right! Take your tradition and . . . That's 
nice! It's a medical emergency! Kappa Alpha 
Theta cripples, Double-D-Dork. Lehigh-La- 
fayette: Thank God for chunky peanut butter 
and the Magic Bus. 6 foot, 7 foot, 8 foot . . .? mono 



twins from hell. Zeus-balls! Doing the old Phi Sig, 
Sig Ep, Pi Lam thing. Scorpion tubs-blame it on 
the grain! As long as we're not bitter! L.P. & 
K.B.: Special offices-you don't need above a 2.0! 
Drink while you can!! Let's do what your mother 
calls Butt. It was all a big head fake! Take me 
home now. Ho-HO-Ho! Eat it! Drop kick Kappy! 
Ouch . . quit it. 7 Theta Delts to go. Wish me a 
happy hookup! "I didn't feel like saying no . . and 
I sort of felt like kissing! "Ask not what your 
group can do you you . . . Look kids, Embassy 
Row, DuPont circle. Debbie Heffler, Rush Chair- 
man-Damn glad to meet you! Clearly I can not 
choo.se the cup in front of me! Rush: she's nn 
longer with us-I'd like to tap her lightly with a 
brick -Mall rat tendencies. We would be coach 
class. Dead, Alive or Indian food. Remote Con- 
trol-what did you win''! Wedding Faux Pas. Bust 
a move . . . whole bunch of girls singin' rap. 
Sitting in a car pounding some brews. Just be- 
cause we're seniors . . . can we live like this 
forever? "Yeah, what she said . . . THAT!" 




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Eric John Abel Bethlehem, PA; German/Government; 422 Thomas 
Street; Phi lota Sigma; Rugby Team, Captain; Fastbreak Club. 

Robert John Abraham Concord, MA; Mechanical Engineering; Chi 

Ph. 

Elvin A. Abreu Perth Amboy, NJ, Computer Engineering: Hillside 
House; Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Volleyball; Institute of Electrical 
and Electronics Engineers; Association for Computing Machinery; 
Math Club. 

Douglas Hayes Abl Southport, CT; Finance; Sigma Nu, Alumni Con- 
tact Officer; Dean's List; Phi Alpha Theta; Freshman Class Treasurer; 
Sailing Club; Ski Club; Tae Kwon Do. 

John Alan Ackcrman, Jr. Bethlehem, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 

3348 Easton Avenue. 

Cheryl Faith Akawie Somerset, NJ; Finance; Financial Management 

Association National Honor Society; Martindale Student Associate; 
Investment Club. 

Elizabeth T. Albano New York, NY; Marketing; Delta Gamma, Ritu- 
als Chairperson, Public Relations Student Society of America; Market- 
ing Club; Soccer Club. 

Tina Ann Alexander Wyckoff, NJ; Government; Alpha Chi Omega, 
Warden, Chaplain, Intramurals; Special Olympics, Lehigh University 
Volunteers; Senior Gift Campaign. 

Beth Ann Almeida Danvers, MA; International Careers; 21 East 
Fourth Street; Forum, Student Faculty Interaction; Women Involved in 
Student Education; Big/Little Sister; Challenge for Success Tutorial 
Program. 

Lisa Marie Altieri Cross River, NY; Government; Alpha Chi Omega, 
Panhellenic Delegate, President. 

Kenneth Stewart Altschuler Wyomissing Hills, PA; Computer Sci- 
ence, 103 East Third Street; Lehigh University Computing Society; The 
Common Denominator; Science Fiction Club. 

Sandeep N. Amesur Lawrenceville, NJ; Chemistry; 299 Valley Park 
South; American Chemical Society, Student Affiliates. 

Abha Ramesh Amin Dix Hills, NY; Pre-Medical Science; Taylor; Phi 
Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma; Women Involved In Student Education; 
Indian Students Association, Leadership Conference; Amnesty Inter- 
national. 

Robert Michael Amo North Plainfield, NJ; Marketing; Theta Chi; 
Marketing Club; Interfraternity Council. 

Daniel James Anders Lancaster, PA; Government; 338 Vine Street; 
Progressive Student Alliance; College Democrats: Brown and White; 
WLVR Campus Radio Station: Student Senate: Forum. 

Carolyn Kristi Anderson Clarks Summit, PA; Architecture; 304 South 
New Street; American Institute of Architecture Students: Senior Class 
Gift Campaign 

Robert David Andres Scranton, PA: Industrial Engineering. 

Brian Paul Andrews West Chester, PA; Psychology; 428 Birkel Ave- 
nue, Psi Chi; SOS. Hotline Coordinator: WLVR Campus Radio Sta- 
tion. 

Robert Allen Andrews Glencoe, MD; Industrial Engineering; Delta 
Chi, Vice Regent: Ski Club: Tae Kwon Do. 

Robert Thomas Andrews Roslyn, PA: Computer Science. 

Sherie Anne Androlewicz Turnersville, NJ: Finance: 549 Hillside; 
Varsity Basketball. 

Conne Angiuli Yonkers, NY; Urban Studies; College Democrats, Sec- 
retary; Debating Team, Secretary; Public Relations Student Society of 
America; Art & Architecture Society; Urban Studies Teaching Assis- 
tant- 

Renee Anne Anisko Clark, NJ: Economics; Alpha Phi; Volleyball. 

Uzair Zenuddin Anjarwaila Karachi, Pakistan; Industrial Engineer- 
ing: Trembley: Investment Club; WLVR Campus Radio Station; Soci- 
ety of Manufacturing Engineers. 

Jane Elizabeth Apatoczky Allentown, PA; Civil Engineering; Tremb- 
ley 53; American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of Women Engi- 
neers. 

Alison Suzanne Appel Pittsburgh, PA: Industrial Engineering; Insti- 
tute of Industrial Engineers, Vice President; Industrial Engineering 
Council; Society of Women Engineers; Epitome: Lehigh Big/Little 
Sister Program. 



Seniors 321 




Victoria L. Arndt 



Mark C. Aronson 



Lisa D. Aschenbach 



Kirk D. Aulenbach 



Minn T. Aung 




Stephen Bagley, Jr. 



J. Keith Bainer 



Susan E. Bair 



Eric K. Baisch 



Andrew C. Baiter 




Elizabeth A. Barry 



Brian A. Barto 



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Arndt - Bauman 




Jeffrey P. Aureli 



David A. Bader 



Debra S. Bader 




Andrew G. Baker 



Geoffrey L. Bakker 



John A. Baliotti, II 



Kathleen A. Barber 



Deborah S. Bard 



Catherine E. Barnes 



Thomas M. Basile 



Mark D. Baten 



Nevin P. Bauman 



D 





Victorij Lynn Arndt Harrisburg, PA; Materials Science and Engineer- 
ing; 424 Birkel Avenue; Lehigh University Volunteers; Student Mate- 
rials Society, Society of Women Engineers; Student Activities Council. 

Mark Craig Aronson Livingston, NJ; International Relations; Sigma 
Alpha Mu, Social Chairperson; Phi Alpha Theta; Sigma Iota Rho; 
Brown and White, Advertising Manager. 

Lisa Diane Aschenbach Bethlehem, PA, Mechanical Engineering; 461 
Moniclair Avenue; Orchestra; Marching 97, American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers, Society of Women Engineers; Quartet. 

Kirk David Aulenbach Boyertown, PA; Computer Science; Tau Epsi- 
lon Phi, House Manager. 

Minn Toe Aung Singapore, Republic of Singapore; Industrial Engi- 
neering; 104 East Fourth Street; Soccer; Tennis; Asian Students Associ- 
ation; WLVR Campus Radio Station, 

Jeffrey Paul Aureli Watertown, CT; Accounting; Phi Kappa Theta, 

Treasurer; Investment Club; Fast Break Club, Pre-Law Society, 

David Albert Bader Bethlehem, PA; Computer Engineering; Drinker; 
Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Lehigh University Computing Society; 
Common Denominator; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engi- 
neers; Online Club. 

Debra Sue Bader Bethlehem, PA; Biology; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma, Hillel Society; Outing Club. 

Stephen Bagley, Jr. Hamilton Square, NJ; Computer Science; Tremb- 
ley; Phi Eta Sigma, Vice President; Dean's List; Baseball; Association 
for Computing Machinery. 

John Keith Bainer Barrington, RI; Industrial Engineering/ Applied 
Science; Sigma Nu, Alumni Contact Officer; Sailing Club; Young 
Republicans. 

Susan Ellen Bait Harrisburg, PA; Psychology; 531 Carlton Avenue; 

Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister; S.O.S. Hotline; Volunteer at the Beth- 
lehem Center City Ministries Homeless Shelter. 

Eric Karl Baisch Millville. NJ, Mechanical Engineering; Trembley 33; 
Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Outing Club. 

Andrew Charles Baiter Huntsville, AL, Accounting; Phi Delta Theta. 

Andrew George Baker Allentown, PA; English/Economics; Theta Xi, 
Song Chairperson; Sigma Tau Delta; Lehigh Parliamentary Debate 
Team, President, Young Republicans, President, 

Geoffrey L Bakker Poughkeepsie, NY; Chemical Engineering; 338 
Vine Street, Tau Beta Pi; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

John Anthony Baliotti, U New Canaan, CT, Mechanical Engineering; 
Pi Lambda Phi, President. 

Nandita Banerjee Niedernhausen, West Germany; Business Finance; 
431 Montclair Avenue, Taylor College; Intramural Sports; Volleyball; 
Floor Hockey; Residence Hall Council. 

Andrea Mia Banko Mt. Laurel. NJ, Industrial Engineering; 318 East 
5th Street. 

Kathleen Ann Barber Perrysburg, OH; Chemical Engineering; Brod- 
head, Hall President, Equestrian Club. President; American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers; Society of Women Engineers; Women In- 
volved in Student Education. 

Deborah Sue Bard Fair Lawn, NJ; Finance; Delta Zeta, Judicial Board. 
Track and Field; UpBeat; Listening Line. 

Catherine Elizabeth Barnes Hollidaysburg, PA; Psychology; Alpha 

Phi, Chaplain, Guard: Deans List; Phobia Program; Lehigh Big/H-ittle 
Sister Program 

Elizabeth Ann Barry Newtown, PA, Marketing; 459 Montclair Ave- 
nue; Chi Phi Little Sister, Secretary; Marketing Club; Lehigh Big/Little 
Sister Program; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Brian Alexander Barto Harrisburg, PA; Civil Engineering; Pi Kappa 

Alpha; Army ROTC 

Thomas Matthew Basile Rockville Centre, NY; Biology; Delta Tau 
Delta, Recording Secretary; Biology Club. 

Mark David Baten Oakland, NJ; Finance; Delta Phi, Rush Chairper- 
son, Historian. 

Nevin Packer Bauman Palm Beach, Fl; Marketing; Theta Delta Chi. 



Seniors 323 




Roger A. Betancourt 



Christopher ]. Biglin 



C. David Biscoe 



Sheila G. Black 



Randy S. Bochniak 



Aimee L. Bonadio 



Andrea M. Bonanno 



Michael S. Bondy 



Frederick G. Blake 




Barbara A. Bonessi 



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J. 

Bayer - Borell 




Debra S. Bedevian 



Jose V. Bernardino 



Craig E. Blecher 



James R. Beilstein, Jr. 



Diana L. Benner 




Kim O. Bernstein 



Wendy J. Bertolet 







John D. Blessing 



James M. Bocchino 




Wendy M. Bonevitch 



Margaret M. Bookman 



Joel Borell 



Douglas Ian Bayer Norwalk, CT; Finance. 

Jeffrey Glenn Becker Manalapan, NJ, Finance; Delta Phi, Scholarship 
Chairperson, Peer Counseling; Club 31. 

Debra Susan Bedevian Wyckoff, NJ, Spanish; Armenian Club. 

James Ralph Beilslein, Jr. Allison Park, PA; Chemical Engineering; 
Trembley 45, Swimming, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 
President; Ski Club; Fast Break Club; Student Orientation Staff. 

Diana L Benner Martinsville, NJ; Marketing/ Finance; Gamma Phi 
Beta, Panhellenic President; Omicron Delta Kappa; Marketing Club. 

Jeff G. Benner Norristown, PA, Computer Science; Delta Sigma Phi; 

Rugby Club, Interfraternity Judicial Chairperson. 

Adam David Bennett Langhorne, PA; Electrical Engineering; 411 Paw- 
nee Street; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Track and Field; WLVR, 
Campus Radio Station. 

Jose Victor Bernardino Newtown, PA, Mechanical Engineering; 411 
Pawnee Street, Society of Automotive Engineers; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; Ski Club. 

Kim Oring Bernstein Scarsdale, NY; Industrial Engineering; 425 

Webster Street, Crew Team; Lehigh Big/Little Sister Program. 

Wendy Jeanne Bertolet Reading, PA, Spanish, Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Pledge Service, Assistant Rush, Activities; Dean's List 

Roger Alberto Betancourt Silver Spring, MD; Computer Science; Sig- 
ma Nu. 

Christopher John Biglin South Windsor, CT; Cognitive Science; Delta 

Chi, Vice President. 

Charles David Biscoe Williamstown, NJ; Industrial and Mechanical 
Engineering; Chi Phi, Omicton. 

Sheila Gardiner Black Framingham, MA; Math; Richards B3, Gryph- 
on, Air Force ROTC. Gryphon Society. 

Frederick Geoffrey Blake Baldwin, NY; Electrical Engineering; Delta 
Tau Delta; Tae Kwon Do 

Craig E. Blecher Boston, MA; Accounting, Chi Phi. Treasurer, Beta 
Alpha Psi. 

John David Blessing Wilton, CT; Finance; Pi Kappa Alpha; Invest- 
ment Club; Economic Society. 

James Michael Bocchino BernardsviUe, NJ; Marketing; Delta Phi; 
Marketing Club, President. 

Randy Stephen Bochniak Quakertown, PA; Accounting; 217 Adams 
Street, Pre-Law Society. 

Aimee Lynn Bonadio Pittsburgh, PA; German/ English; German 
House, President; Sigma Tau Delta; Choral Union; Theater. 

Andrea Maria Bonanno Medfield, MA; Economics; 433 Montclair 
Avenue; Tour Guide, Lehigh University Volunteers. Lehigh Big/ Little 
Sister Program, Economics Society. 

Michael S. Bondy Johnstown, PA; Economics; Psi Upsilon, Intramu- 
ral Manager; Dean's List; Investment Club; Fast Break Club. 

Barbara Ann Bonessi Caldwell, NJ, Economics/ International Careers; 
Marketing Club, Student Activities Council. 

Wendy M. Bonevitch Scranton, PA; Accounting; 5th Street; Beta 
Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Accounting Club; Student Activities 
Council; Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Margaret MyrI Bookman Chagrin Falls. OH; Social Relations; Gamma 
Phi Beta, Pledge Director; Environmental Action Society. 

Joel Borell Brooklyn, NY; Accounting; 320 West Packer Avenue. 



Seniors 325 




Craig H. Boroson 



Kyle C. Boschen 



John D. Bosso 



Regina A. Bott 



Jennifer A. Bradley 



Alan M. Braun 



David S. Bovenizer 




David O. Breinig William R. Brinton, III Jay D. Brodish, Jr. 

"^1 




Eric D. Buchlmann 



Grant E. Buerstetta 



m 



Boroson - Burger 




John D. Bowman 



Joseph J. Boyle 



Stephanie A. Bozzell 




Donald A. Brominski 



Lisa B. Bronstein 



Carlos A. A. Brostella 




David W. Bruce 



Todd R. Brunner 



Teresa Bucco 




Elizabeth A. Bultman 



Glen T. Burger 



Wendy E. Burger 



Craig Hamilton Boroson Gloversvillc, NY: Architecture; Alpha Epsi- 
lon Pi, Lt. Master, House Manager; American Institute of Architecture 
Students. 

Kyle Christian Boschen Denville, NJ; Electrical Engineering; Zeta Psi; 

Soccer, Captain, 

John David Bosso Emerson, NJ, Marketing; Phi Gamma Delta; Mar- 
keting Club. 

Regina Ann Bolt Flanders, NJ; English; 516 Montclair Avenue; Track 

and Field. 

David Scott Bovenizer Pennington, NJ; Psychology; Delta Tau Delta, 
Vice President, Historian, Psi Chi; American Psychological Associa- 
tion; Hockey Club; Big Brother/Big Sister Program; Intramurals. 

John David Bowman York, PA; Mechanical Engineering; Lambda Chi 

Alpha, Assistant Rush Chairperson. 

Joseph J. Boyle Turnersville, NJ; Finance; Theta Chi, Historian, Judi- 
cial Committee; Sv^rimming; Marketing Club. 

Stephanie Anne Bozzell Dover, DE; Marketing; Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Lehigh Big/Little Sister Program; Ultimate Frisbee. 

Jennifer Ann Bradley Bethlehem, PA, Psychology; 1767 Round Street; 

Outstanding College Students of America. 

Alan Michael Braun Rockville, MD; Computer Engineering; 456 
Montclair Avenue; Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu; Ski Club. 

David Oliver Breinig Jenkintown, PA, Industrial Engineering; Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha, Kappa. 

William Ronald Brinton, III Alta Loma, CA, Computer Engineering; 
Sigma Chi, President, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; 
Lehigh University Computing Society. 

Jay David Brodish, Jr. Doylestown, PA; Accounting; Sigma Nu, Trea- 
surer, Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Eta Sigma. 

Donald Anthony Brominski Moosic, PA; Electrical Engineering; Phi 

Sigma Kappa 

Lisa Beth Bronstein East Brunswick, NJ; International Relations; 
Trembley 4; Dean's List, Crew Team, Mustard and Cheese Drama 
Society, Philosophy Club; Spanish Club 

Carlos Alfredo Arias Brostella Panama, Republic of Panama: Civil and 
Mechanical Engineering, Trembley; Varsity Rifle Team. 

Kim Thompson Brower Chatham Township, NJ: Social Relations; 549 

Hillside: Field Hockey; Lacrosse: University Tour Guide. 

Waller Leonard Brown, 111 New Orleans, LA, Accounting/ Economics; 
Delta Chi, Rush Chairperson, Treasurer; Debate Team, President. 

David William Bruce Ocean View, NJ; Industrial Engineering; Psi 
Upsilon, Social Chairperson, President, Vice President, Steward: Air 
Force ROTC; Outing Club. 

Todd Richard Brunner Haddonfield. NJ: Management: Delta Upsilon, 

Social Chairperson, Football. 

Teresa Bucco Pittsburgh, PA; Architecture: 450 Montclair Avenue; 
Cross Country: American Institute of Architecture Students; Theta 
Chi Little Sister. 

Eric David Buehlmann Arlington, \A; Accounting; Trembley; Beta 
Alpha Psi. 

Grant Edward Buerslelta North PUinfield, NJ; Accounting; Beta The- 
ta Pi, Treasurer, Beta Alpha Psi: Interftaternity Judicial Committee: 
Interfraternity Council, Social Committee; Jazz Coalition. 

Elizabeth Austen Bultman Newton, NJ; Social Relations; Alpha Chi 
Omega, Rush Counselor, Lehigh University Volunteer?; University 
Tour Guide; Epitome, 

Glen Thomas Burger Short Hills, NJ; Marketing: Phi Sigma Kappa. 

Wendy Ellen Burger Summit, NJ: Architecture: Alpha Phi; Deans 
List: American Institute of Architecture Students, Co-Founder 



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E 




Teresa M. Bzdek 



Michele K. Cabot 




Joseph E. Calio 



John D. Callahan 



Michele L. Campagnola 



Scan D. Carberry 



Dianne M. Carlin 




David A. Carter 



James E. Carly 



Kimberly A. Cashion 



Vance A. Cassell 



Jennifer L. Chapel 



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j: 

Burns - Chernok 




Howard J. Bullerman 



Wendy L. Byers 



Curtiss W. Byrne 




Maribel Cabrera 



Lynette M. Cafaro 



Jessica F. Cahn 



Jay D. Carpenter 




Michael P. Chartier 



Andrew J. Chepailis 



Melissa G. Chernok 



MS 




Douglas Wynne Burns Falls Church, VA; English; Alpha Tau Omega, 

Social Chairperson, Alumni Relations; Sigma Tau Delta; Swimming; 
Senior Class Gift Campaign, Water Polo. 

Caroline M. Busch North Brunswick, NJ; Psychology, Alpha Phi, 

Corresponding Secretary, Assistiint Social Chairperson. 

Howard Jon Bullerman Stamford, CT, International Business/Inter- 
national Relations; Phi Cjamma Delta, Social Chairperson, Rush 
Chairperson, Interfraternity Council, Rush Chairperson; Rugby Club. 

Wendy Lynn Byers Lancaster, PA; International Careers/German; 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Assistant Pledge Educator; Marketing Club; Ulti- 
mate Frisbee; Dance Club. 

Curtiss William Byrne Norfolk, CT; Architecture; Tau Epsilon Phi, 
President, S.O-5. Hotline; Upbeat; American Institute of Architecture 
Students, 

Teresa Marie Bzdek Bloomfield. NJ, Mechanical Engineering, Delta 
Zeta. Pi Tau Sigma, Treasurer, Outstanding College Students of 
America, The Epitome, Senior Section Editor, Delta Chi, Little Sister; 
Forum, Appeals Committee; New Student Orientation Staff; Lehigh 
Big/Little Sister Program. 

Michele Kalhryn Cabot Bryn Mawr, PA; Journalism, Delta Gamma. 

Maribel Cabrera Newark, NJ; Industrial Engineering; Taylor C-2; jazz 
Coalition; Student Alliance of Latinos and South Americans; Delta 
Chi, Little Sister, Rush Chairperson 

Lynette Marie Cafaro Smithtown, NY, Government; Gamma Phi Beta, 
House Manager. Deans List; Environmental Action Society. 

Jessica Frances Cahn Allentown, PA; Accounting; Alpha Omcron Pi; 
Dean's List; Cheerleading, 

Joseph Evan Calio Media, PA, Finance, Alpha Tau Omega; Football, 
Cycling Club. 

John David Callahan Baltimore, MD; Mechanical Engineering; Pi 
Lambda Phi, Concessions Manager, Pledge Coordinator, American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Michele Linda Campagnola Hazlet, NJ; Psychology; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Membership Chairperson. 

Sean D. Carberry Newton, MA; Urban Studies; Kappa Alpha. 

Dianne Marie Carlin Milan, PA; Journalism/Government; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Publicity Chairperson; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma, Dean's List, Brown and White, Editor in Chief, Associate 
Editor, News Editor, Desk Editor; University Choir. 

Jay David Carpenter Clarks Summit, PA; Finance; Zeta Psi. 

Felipe Carrizosa Bogota, Colombia; Civil Engineering; Trembley; 
American Society of Civil Engineers; Investment Club; Squash Club. 

David Scott Carroll Basking Ridge, NJ; Computer Science; Dravo, 
Gryphon, Assistant Hall Director; Response Team; Marching '97; 
Alumni Relations. 

David Andrew Carter Danvers. MA; Electrical Engineering; 456 
Montclair Avenue, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; 
College Republicans; Intramural Sports. 

James Edward Carty Attleboro, MA; Chemical Engineering; 338 Vine 

Street, Tau Beta Pi; Cross Country; Track and Field. 

Kimberly Ann Cashion Peekskill. NY; Accounting; Delta Zeta, Vice 
President, Pledge Education; Residence Security. 

Vance Alexander Cassell Rye. NY; Economics; Chi Psi, Vice President; 
Football 

Jennifer Lee Chapel Glen Mills, PA; Psychology; Dean's List; S.O.S. 

Hotline; Public Relations Student Society of America. 

Michael Philippe Chartier Glastonbury, CT; Finance; Phi Sigma Kap- 
pa. Secretary, Social Chairperson. 

Andrew Joseph Chepaitis New Haven, CT, International Careers; Zeta 
Psi; Lacrosse. 

Melissa Gail Chernok Woodcliff Lake, NJ; English; Gamma Phi Beta; 

Gymnastics. 



Seniors 329 




Tina Chiang 



Sean P. Chiarito 



Richard H. Childress 



Nick J. Chini 



William E. Chodorcoff 




Linda M. Cleary 



Richard S. Coffin 



Peter L. Coker, Jr. 



Anthony J. Colalillo 



Andrew J. Coleman 




F. Scott Corey, Jr. 



I 

Chiang - Costello 




Cijrv C how 



Jjmcs P C inclli 



William M. C Ijrk 




Brian T. Colon 



Marcus C. Consolini 



Lisa M. Constance 




Timothv E. Corcoran 



Claude F. Corcos 



Ingrid M. Cordero 




Julie A. Corriere 



William F. Cost, Jr. 



Mary C. Costello 



Tina Chiang Hazleton, PA, Marketing, Drinker, Fast Break Club; 
Intramural Supervisor, Women Involved in Student Education; East 
Asian Soviety, Investment Club; Marketing Club. 

Sean Patrick Chiarito Danbury, CT, Finance; Delta Upsilon, Vice 
President, Pledge Officer; Football. 

Richard Harrison Childress Villanova, PA; Architecture, Theta Delta 
Chi, House Manager, Ski Racing Team, Vice President. 

Nick Joseph Chini Rockville, MD; Finance; Outstanding College Stu- 
dents of America; Debate Team, Vice President; College Republicans, 
President; Brown and White 

William Eric Chodorcoff Short Hills, NJ; Finance; Sigma Alpha Mu. 

Gary Chow Edison, NJ; Mechanical Engineering; 530 Carlton Avenue; 
Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Mechanical Engineers; 
Society of Automotive Engineers. 

James Paul Cinelli Reading, PA; Civil Engineering; Theta Xi, Secre- 
tary 

William Michael Clark Middlesex, NJ, Finance, Alpha Epsilon Pi, 

Treasurer. Investment Club. 

Linda Marie Cleary Bayside, NY; Biology; Alpha Chi Omega; Ski 
Club, Allied Health Professions Society, Co-Chairperson; Panhel Pub- 
licity Committee 

Richard Stuart Coffin Hingham. MA, Civil Engineering/Social Rela- 
tions, Psi Upsilon, President, Pledge Educator, Rush Chairperson; 
American Society of Civil Engineers; WLVR Campus Radio Station, 
Music Director; Cycling Team. 

Peter Lee Coker, Jr. Macungie, PA; Inlernalional Relations; Theta Xi, 
Scholarship, Rush Chairperson; Chinese Club; Young Hispanic Club. 

Anthony Joseph Colalillo Whitestone, NY; Chemical Engineering; 
Kappa Alpha, Attendant, Intramural Manager; American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers; Gryphon Society; Tae Kwon Do. 

Andrew Jay Coleman Bethlehem, PA; Geology; Trembley; Geology 
Club, Vice President; Hillel Foundation, Treasurer. 

Brian Thomas Colon Bethlehem, PA; Government; 1320 Stafore Drive; 
Marching Band. WLVR Campus Radio Station; Progressive Student 
Alliance, 

Marcus Cornelius Consolini New York, NY; Government; Delta Tau 
Delta, Corresponding Secretary; Scabbard and Blade National Honor 
Society; Order of Omega, Student Trustee; Forum, Chairperson; Class 
of 1990 President, ICARE. Program Leader; Debate Team. 

Lisa Michele Constance Newtown, PA; Economics; Beta Gamma Sig- 
ma, Omicron Delta Epsilon, Economics Society; Ski Club. 

Erik Beck Corbin Fair Haven, NJ, Mechanical Engineering: Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Academic Chairperson, Interfraternity Council. Publicity 
Chairperson; Forum; Student Senate. 

Christine Elizabeth Corcoran Mountainside. NJ; English. 203 East 5th 
Street; Outstanding College Students of America; Brown and White; 
Mustard and Cheese Drama Society, Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Timothy Edward Corcoran Shaverlown, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Delta Chi, Rush Chairperson; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Claude F. Corcos Suffern, NY; Economics; Chi Phi, House Manager, 
Rush Chairperson; Economics Society. 

Ingrid M. Cordero Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; Industrial Engineering; 

Brodhead; Spanish Club. 

Cailin Mary Cordon Cos Cob, CT: Biology; Delta Zeta, House Manag- 
er; Army ROTC; Scabbard and Blade National Honor Society; Associ- 
ation of the United States Army 

F. Scott Corey, Jr. Towson, MD; Electrical Engineering; 4H Pawnee 
Street. Tau Beta Pi; Rifle Team; Recycle Lehigh; WLVR Campus Radio 
Station; Spastic Plastic. 

Julie Anne Corriere Bethlehem. PA; Social Relations; Gamma Phi 

Beta, Philanthrophy: Equestrian Club. 

William Frederick Cost, Jr. Costello, PA; Materials Science and Engi- 
neering; Phi Kappa Psi, President, Vice President, Fraternity Educator, 
Historian, Rush Chairperson: Army ROTC; Society of American Mili- 
tary Engineers. 

Mary Colleen Costello Baldwin, NY; Environmental Science Resource 
Management/English; Kappa Alpha Theta, Editors, Sports Manager, 
Pledge Class Treasurer; Sigma Tau Delta; Crew Team; Geology Club; 
English Club. 



Seniors 331 




Stanley T. Crossland, II. 



Joseph M. Crotty 




Richard A. Curran 



Daniel E. Curriden 



Elizabeth A. Curtis 



Donald R. Czerniach 



Donald Dabdub 




Troy E. Daniels 



Seth L. Danielson 



Marc R. David 



Benjamin T. Davis 



Scott R. Davis 



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Cottingham - Del Monte 




Kevin L. Crandall 



Allyson J. Crilly 



David H. Croop 




Joseph R. Daly 



Robert J. D'Amato 



Petar W. Daniel 




Christian L. Day 



Dominick T. Defino 



Edward J. Del Monte, Jr. 



Mary Louise Cottingham Fair Haven, NJ; Computer Science; 104 E. 
4th Street; Newman Council; Association of Computing Machinery. 

Barbara Ann Covert Newburgh, NY; Biology; Alpha Chi Omega, 
Corresponding Secretary; Dean's List; Concert Band; Biology Club. 

Kevin Lawrence Crandall Warminster, PA; Computer Science; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Social Chairperson. 

Allyson June Crilly Glen Cove, NY; English; 328 E. Morton Street. 

David Harry Croop Tonawanda, NY; Mechanical Engineering; Sigma 

Chi 

Stanley Theodore Crossland, II. Northbrook, IL; Business/English; 
Kappa Sigma, Rush Chairperson, Pledge Trainer; Football; Diving. 

Joseph Michael Crotty Whitehouse Station, NJ; Management/Mar- 
keting, 454 Carlton Avenue, Marketing Club. 

Donald Scott Crouse Califon, NJ; Urban Studies; Phi Kappa Theta, 
Vice President, Social Chairperson; Interfraternity Council, Social 
Chairperson. 

Carolyn Elizabeth Cunniff Foxboro, MA; Accounting; Trembley 46, 
Gryphon; Gryphon Society; Delta Zela; Lehigh Community Volun- 
teers. 

Kathi Ann Cunningham East Williston, NY; English/History; 511 
East Packer Avenue, 

Richard Andrew Curran Philadelphia. PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Pi Lambda Phi, Vice President, House Manager; Hockey Club, Presi- 
dent; Freshmen Hall President; American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers. 

Daniel E. Curriden Pedricktown, NJ; Chemical Engineering; Delta 
Chi, Sergeant at Arms. 

Elizabeth Amy Curtis Berkeley Heights, NJ; Finance; 646 Montclair 
Avenue, Alpha Omicron Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Financial Management 
Association; Cheerleading; French Club, Treasurer; Women Involved 
in Student Education. 

Donald Raymond Czerniach Basking Ridge, NJ; Behavioral and Neu- 
ral Biology; Delta Phi, Vice President; Phi Psi. 

Donald Dabdub San Jose. Costa Rica; Chemical Engineering; Taylor 
College, Social Chairperson; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Association 
of Computing Machinery; American Institute of Chemical Engineers- 
Joseph R. Daly Haddonfield, NJ; Accounting; Kappa Alpha, House 
Accountant; Varsity Tennis, Captain; Accounting Club, Founder, 
President; Alpha Phi Omega. 

Robert Joseph D'Amato Staten Island, NY; Finance; Trembley 49; 
Outstanding College Students of America; Boxing Team; Finance 
Club 

Petar William Daniel Moreland Hills, OH; Finance; Alpha Sigma Phi, 
Scholarship, Alumni; Hockey Club; Investment Club. 

Troy Eugene Daniels Lawn, PA; Mathematics/Physics; Brodhead 214; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Marching 97; Lehigh University Very Modern En- 
semble; Pep Band; Chess Club; Jazz Band; Wind Ensemble; Lehigh 
Christian Fellowship. 

Seth Lombard Danielson Canton Center. CT; Electrical Engineering; 
Delta Chi, Alumni Secretary; Lehigh University Choir; Choral Union. 

Marc Robert David Madison, NJ; Computer Engineering; 471 Mont- 
clair Avenue. 

Benjamin Tucker Davis Durham, NC; Accounting/East Asian Stud- 
ies; Delta Upsilon; Chinese Language Club; Rugby. 

Scott Reed Davis Painted Post, NY; Economics; Alpha Sigma Phi; 

Lacrosse Club; Investment Club. 

Christian Laurence Day Raleigh, NC; Civil Engineering; Phi Sigma 

Kappa, 

Dominick Thomas Define Whitehouse. NJ; English; 482 Birkel Ave- 
nue; Sigma Tau Delta; Wind Ensemble; Lehigh University Very Mod- 
ern Ensemble; Cultural Affairs Committee; Club 31, Production Man- 
ager. 

Edward Joseph Del Monte, Jr. Port Chester. NY: Management/Mar- 
keting; 454 Montclair Avenue; Marketing Club; Finance Club; Intra- 
mural Sports; Brodhead, Social Chairperson; Lehigh Phone-a-thon. 



Seniors 333 




Michael P. Detnbski 



John K. Denlinger 



Rosa 1. de Torres 



Matthew J. Deutscher Martha L. de Varona 




Michael J. Dicner 



Thomas C. Dillon 



William C. Dimm Jacqueline M. Doherty Catherine A. Donohue 




Michelle R. Duffine 



Patrick J. Duffy 



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Dembski - Duque 




Maria J. Dezse 



Jason S. Dickens 



Gregory P. Diener 




Bryan E. Dorf 



Brian Dottino 



Joseph M. Dougherty, III 




William B. Drawbaugh 



Deborah A. Dreger 



Christopher M. Dreher 




Kristine M. Duhamel 



Elizabeth A. Duncan 



David A. Duque 



Michael Patrick Dembski Norwalk, CT; Economics/Finance; 225 
Summit Street, Finance Club, 

John Kenneth Denlinger Lancaster, PA; Civil Engineering; 617 Carl- 
ton Avenue; American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Rosa Iris de Torres San Juan, Puerto Rico; Finance; 411 Webster Street; 
Crew; Spanish Club. 

Matthew J. Deutscher Muttontown, NY; Finance; Phi Kappa Theta, 
Rush Chairperson, Omicron Delta Kappa; Interfraternity Council, 
President, Judicial Chairperson 

Martha Lila de Varona San Juan, Puerto Rico; Biology; Trembley 19B; 
Dean's List; Spanish Club; Biology Club; Aerobics. 

Maria Julia Dezse New York, NY; Accounting/Finance, Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta, Alpha Phi Omega, Senate; Forum, Visiting Lecturers Com- 
mittee. 

Jason Shawn Dickens Windsor, CT; Electrical Engineering, Umoja 
House; Dining Committee. 

Gregory Phillip Diener Oneonta, NY; Mechanical Engineering; Chi 
Phi, Residence Halls Council, Hall President; Robotics Institute; Ski- 
ing Club. 

Michael J. Diener Fairport, NY; Mechanical Engineering; Delia Tau 

Delta, Campus and Community Service Chairperson; Tau Beta Pi; Pi 
Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; General Motors Scholarship Plan. 

Thomas Carter Dillon Arlington, VA; English; Hillside Avenue; Sig- 
ma Chi; Outing Club; Tutor. 

William C. Dimm Springfield. PA; Physics; Drinker 320; Tau Beta Pi; 
Society of Physics Students; Computing Society; Philosophy Club. 

Jacqueline Marie Doherty Garden City, NY; Government/Journa- 
lism; 224 Warren Square; Delta Zeta; Debate Team; Brown and White. 

Catherine A. Donohue Smithtown, NY; Civil Engineering; 516 Mont- 
clair Avenue; Women's Lacrosse; Society of Women Engineers; Amer- 
ican Society of Civil Engineers, 

Bryan Evan Dorf Wesley Hills, NY; Biology; Sigma Alpha Mu, Vice 
Prior; Brown and White Business Staff. 

Brian Dottino Leonia, NJ; Computer Science Engineering; Trembley; 
Lehigh University Computing Society. 

Joseph Michael Dougherty, III. Springfield, PA; Computer Science; 

Trembley 2, Phi Eta Sigma. Tau Beta Pi; Eucharistic Minister; Interna- 
tional Club. 

Michael Sean Dougherty Dallas, PA; Industrial Engineering; Theta 

Delta Chi, President, Rush Chairperson. 

Andrew Edmund Dragon Danville, PA; Mechanical Engineering, 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Automotive 
Engineers. 

William Bradford Drawbaugh Camp Hill. PA; Civil Engineering/Ap- 
plied Science, 42^ Montclair Avenue. 

Deborah Anne Dreger North Brunswick, NJ; Economics; 22S Summit 
Street; Delta Zeta; College Republicans; Investment Club; Forum; In- 
ternational Club; Economics Society. 

Christopher Michael Dreher Dallas, PA; Electrical Engineering; Beta 

Theta Pi, House Manager. 

Michelle Rose Duffine Norristown, PA; Psychology; Delta Gamma, 
Vice President, Rush; Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Peer Counselor. 

Patrick John Duffy Hyde Park, NY; Computer Engineering 411 Web- 
ster Street; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Challenge for Success Tutorial 

Program, 

Kristine M. Duhamel Oyster Ba^, NY; Biology; Warren Square, 
Gryphon; Gryphon Society; Alpha Chi Omega. 

Elizabeth Ann Duncan Chalfont. PA; Accounting; Delta Zeta, Trea- 
surer; Beta Alpha Psi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Student Senate. 

David Alejandro Duque Pine Beach, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 461 
Montclair Avenue, Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Lehigh University Jazz 
Ensemble; Wind Ensemble. President; Marching Band. 



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Glenn D. Egric 



Chelsea Ehring 




Linda G. Emery 



Karin A. R. Ericson 



Kirby A. Erlandsen 



Jon L. Erlbaum 



Deborah L. Ernst 




B. Scott Evans 



Judith P. Evans 



Theresa A. Evans 



Brian W. Exner 



Caren M. Fader 



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Eardensohn - Farmer 




Marsha L. Edgell 



Robert S. Edwards 



Kathleen M. Egan 



Jeffrey S. Eichman 



Linda J. Eicketneyer 

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Jonathan E. Elms 



Mario A. Esquivcl 



Alison E. Estev 



Elizabeth J. Eslroff 



Jan P. Falkin 



Fatemeh Farmanfarmaian 



Peter Farmer 






Todd Albert Eardensohn Montpelier, VT; Accounting; 71 Valley Park 
South, Ski Team, Treasurer, President. 

Alisa Robyn Edelson Pottsville, PA; Accounting; Alpha Omicron Pi, 
Corresponding Secretary; Women's Volleyball, 

Marsha Lee Edgell Fairless Hills, PA; Accounting; 486 Birkel Avenue; 
Chi Delphia; Marketing Club. 

Robert Snedden Edwards Coaldale, PA; Economics/Urban Studies; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary, Ritualist; Forum, Secretary, Treasurer; 
Army ROTC; Honorary Society of the Scabbard and Blade; Associa- 
tion of the United States Army; New Student Orientation Staff; Stu- 
dent Senate 

Kathleen Marion Egan Sturbridge, MA. Industrial Engineering; Delta 
Gamma, Intramural Manager; Alpha Pi Mu; Order of the Omega; 
Lacrosse, Institute of Industrial Engineers; Society of Women Engi- 
neers 

Glenn Duane Egrie Syossel, NY, Behavioral and Neural Biology; 
Theta Xi, Social Chairperson; Psychology Honors; Swim Team; Rug- 
by; Hispanic Club, Debate Team. 

Chelsea Ehring San Francisco, CA; Art; 223 Summit Street; Alpha Chi 
Omega, Founding Sister, Vice President Standards; Brown and White, 
Design Director, Paste-up; Lehigh Valley Ballet Company 

Jeffrey Scott Eichman Bridgewater, NJ; Industrial Engineering/ Ap- 
plied Science; Alpha Tau Omega, Executive Committee; Undergradu- 
ate Merit Award; Greek Man of the Year; University Service Award; 
Lacrosse, Captain; Interfraternity Council, President; Senior Class Gift 
Campaign, Co-Chairperson; Lehigh University Board of Trustees, Stu- 
dent Trustee. 

Linda Joy Eickemeycr Berkeley Heights, NJ; Industrial Engineering; 
Alpha Gamma Delta. President, Vice President of Fraternity Educa- 
tion, Tau Beta Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Pi Mu; Order of 
Omega; Phi Eta Sigma; University Career Day, Director; Institute of 
Industrial Engineers; Society of Women Engineers. 

Jonathan Eliot Elms Fairfax, VA; Mechanical Engineering. 

Linda Graham Emery Wilmington, DE; Finance/Marketing, Kappa 
Alpha Theta: Order of Omega; Panhellenic, Treasurer, Fraternity 
Management Association; Marketing Club. 

Karin Anna Ragnhild Ericson Oneonta, NY; Econotnics; 431 Mont- 
clair Avenue; Omicron Delta Epsilon; University Choir; Choral 
Union; Rauch Center Student Writing Associate. 

Kirby A. Eriandsen Glastonbury, CT; Mechanical Engineering; Alpha 
Sigma ^hi. House Manager; Lacrosse. 

Jon Leonard Eribaum Haverford, PA; Psychology/Music; 428 E. Sth 

Street; University Choir: Choral Union. 

Deborah Lynn Ernst Sayville, NY: Accounting, Delta Zela, Chaplain, 
Beta Alpha Psi: Beta Gamma Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Forum; 
Student Senate: Martindale Center Student Associate. 

Mario A. Esquivel San Jose. Costa Rica; Finance/Marketing; 2260 B 
Aster Road. Valley Park Apartments. 

Alison Elizabeth Estey Watertown, CT; Economics/International Ca- 
reers, Alpha Gamma Delta. Assistant Treasurer; Omicron Delta Epsi- 
lon, Women s Soccer; Visiting Lecturers Committee: Fast Break Club, 
Economics Society. 

Elizabeth Jane Estroff Chappaqua, NY; English: Delta Gamma; Tagar; 
Listening Line, Peer Counseling, Panhellenic Delegate, Judicial Com- 
mittee; Intramural Manager. 

8. Scott Evans Pittsburgh, PA: Industrial Engineering; Zela Psi, Intra- 
mural Chairperson: Soccer; Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Judith Park Evans Newton, CT. Computer Science: 615 Brodhead; 

Choral Union. Manager: Brown and White. 

Theresa A. Evans Trenton, NJ; Accounting; 488 Birkel Avenue; New 
Student Orientation: Tae Kwon Do; Marketing Club. 

Brian William Exner Limeport, PA; Mechanical Engineering: 461 
Monlclair Avenue Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma: Marching 97; Jazz Band; 
Varsity Band Pep Band: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Caren Michele Fader North Caldwell, NJ; Marketing; 315 E. 5th 
Street: Marketing Club: American Marketing Association; Student 
Activities Council. 

Jan Philip Falkin Bethlehem, PA; Computer Engineering; 552 Mont- 
clair Avenue, Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi: Institute of Electrical and 
Electronics Engineers. 

Fatemeh Farmanfarmaian Cagnes -Sur -Mer, France; Engineering 
Physics: Dravo. Richards: Gryphon Society: Student Senate; Forum, 
Vice President: Outing Club, Treasurer: Residence Halls Council, 
Planning Board Chairperson. 

Peter Farmer Glen Ridge, NJ: Economics: Psi Upsilon, Rush Chairper- 
son, Steward: Tae Kwon Do Club; Investment Club. 




Naaz Fatteh 



Maria C Fazzolari 



Joseph Feinsinger 



Amy G. Fcinstein 



Stacey P. Feldman 




Adam P. Fcnton 



Ncal R. Fenton 



Eric R. Fernando 




Thomas V. Ferrara 


Terri M. Ferrari 


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Michael G. Fisher 




Stephen J. Flynn 



Thomas P. Flynn 



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Fatteh - Fox 




Eric Felix 



Salomon Felman 



Thomas W. Fellz 




Derek ]. Fitteron 



Nancy L. Fitzgerald 



Elizabeth A. Flynn 




Jake Fotopoulos 



Paris A. Foukaris 



David A. Fox 



Naaz Fatteh Plantation, Ft, Premedical Science; Taylor; Amnesty In- 
ternational; IntramuraU; Indian Student Association. 

Maria C. Fazzolari Hershey, PA, Industrial Engineering; Trembley 54; 
Society of Women Engineers, Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Joseph Feinsinger Willingboro, NJ; Mechanical Engineering; Tremb- 
ley 25; Hille! Society. 

Amy Gail Feinstein Manalapan, NJ; Accounting; Webster Street; 
Class of 1990, Secretary, Residence Halls Council, Treasurer; Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Vice President. 

Stacey Paige Feldman Skillman, NJ; Marketing, Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Activities Chairperson; Alpha Phi Omega; Marketing Club, Invest- 
ment Club, Rush Counselor. 

Eric Felix West Chester, PA; Behavorial and Neural Biology; 117 E. 
Morton Street; Society of Advance Management, President, Vice Pres- 
ident. 

Salomon Felman Guayaquil, Ecuador; Finance; Hillel House; Squash 
Team, Investment Club; Marketing Club; Pre-Law Society; Economics 
Club. 

Thomas William Feltz Ambler, PA; Math; 817 Carlton Avenue, Ski 
Club 

Adam Paul Fenton Teaneck, NJ; Journalism; Drinker; Basketball, 
Manager; Fast Break Club; Hillel Society; Brown and White, Sports 
Writer. 

Neal Reed Fenton Latrobe, PA; Electrical Engineering; Delta Upsilon; 
Varsity Basketball. 

Eric Ross Fernando Franklin. MI; Computer Engineering, Beta Thela 
Pi, Svvimming, 

Thomas Vincent Ferrara Florham Park. NJ; Accounting; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, President, Rush Chairperson. 

Terri Marie Ferrari Cresskill, NJ; Business Management; 461 Mont- 
clair Avenue; Softball, Captain. 

Frank Andrew Feselte Jackson, NJ; Finance; 202 7th Street; Invest- 
ment Club; Weightlifting Club. 

Jay Arnold Fetlerman, Jr. Montoursville, PA; Electrical Engineering; 
Sigma Nu; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Maria Fiorenti New Hyde Park, NY; Computer Science; 315 East 
Street; Phi Eta Sigma: Dining Committee; Residence Halls Council; 
Alpha Phi Omega. 

Kimberly Ann Fischer Hatboro, PA, Accounting, Kappa Alpha Theta 

Michael George Fisher New Castle, PA; American Studies; Phi Gam- 
ma Delta. 

Derek John Fitteron Laurel Hollow, NY; Accounting; Pi Lambda Phi, 
Scholarship Chairperson; Society of Collegiate Entreprenuers, Rugby 
Club. 

Nancy Lynn Fitzgerald Union, NJ; Finance; Delta Zeta. Financial 
Management Association National Honor Society; Deans List; Epit- 
ome, Section Editor: Finance Club, Vice President: New Student Ori- 
entation; Lehigh Big/ Little Sister Program; Women Involved in Stu- 
dent Education. 

Elizabeth Ann Flynn Staten Island, NY; Industrial Engineering; Delta 
Gamma, Assistant Vice President, Pledge Educator; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil, Administrative Assistant: Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Stephen Jay Flynn Orangeburg, NY; Finance; Phi Kappa Theta, Presi- 
dent, Finance Club; Investment Club; Pre-Law Society. 

Thomas P. Flynn Radnor, PA; International Careers; Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon. Social Chairperson; Crew Team, Co-Founder, Head Coach; Rug- 
by. 

Jake Fotopoulos Allentown. PA; Chemical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; 
Phi Eta Sigma, Brown and White; American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. 

Paris Andreas Foukaris Nicosia. Cyprus; Civil Engineering: 212 East 
Morton Street, Civil Engineering Honor Society; Soccer; Basketball. 

David Andrew Fox Alexandria, VA; Mechanical Engineering; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Social Chairperson; American Society of Mechanical En- 
gineers. 



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Gregory- G. Fritz 



Robert H. Fujiura 



Tammy L. Fung 



Stephen W. Funk 




Michael J. Furjanic 







Nancy M. Gagne 



Cheryl L. Galante 



Tracie A. Galena 



Curt M. Gammer 



Richard F. Ganz 



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Jeffrey S. Frase 



Brijn D. Freed 



Pamela ]. Frcidenrich 



Kenneth S. Frieze 



Aldo M. Frigo 



Laura A. Frith 



Jonathan B. Gable 



Steven A. Gabrielle 



Laura E. Gaffogllo 




Adam H. Gardner 



Matthew T. Garito 



Suzanne E. Gartner 



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Franchina - Gartner 



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Kristin Marie Franchina Lyndhurst, NJ; Electrical Engineering; Al- 
pha Omicron Pi, Treasurer. 

Karen A. Francis Lebanon, NJ: Finance: Alpha Chi Omega, Founding 
Member, Vice President, Finance: Beta Gamma Sigma: Financial Man- 
dgemcrM Association National Honor Society: University Orchestra: 
Investment Club. 

Jeffrey Scott Erase York, PA: Finance: Delta Upsilon, President. Social 
Chairperson, Interfralernity Judicial Committee: Outstanding College 
Students of America; Who's Who Among American College Students: 
Varsity Football. 

Brian Douglas Freed Alexandria, VA: Mechanical Engineering: Sigma 

Alpha Mu 

Pamela Jane Freidenrich New York, NY: Biology: 318 E. Sih Street: 
Brown and White, Assistant Photo Editor: Lehigh University Volun- 
teers, Chairperson, 

Mitchell Neil Friedel Scarsdale, NY: Marketing, Theta Xi: Varsity 

Tennis; Marketing Club; Investment Club. 

Susan Jane Friedland Wyckoff, NJ: Psychology: 304 S. New Street; 

Varsity Rifle Team. 

Kenneth Samuel Frieze Newton, MA: Economics: Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Social Chairperson, Dean s List, Ski Team, Treasurer; Economics Soci- 
ety, Vice President, WLVR Campus Radio Station, 

Aldo Marco Frigo Milan, Italy: Electrical Engineering: Trembley: Le- 
high University Jazz Coalition: International Club. 

Laura Adele Frith Warminster, PA: Mechanical Engineering: 304 S. 

New Street; Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma: Phi lota Sigma; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Lehigh Crew Club. 

Gregory George Fritz Rivet Vale, NJ: Accounting: Sigma Nu, Social 
Chairperson, Alumni Contact Officer; Varsity Baseball, 

Robert H. Fujiura Greentown, PA: Computer Science: Taylor, House 
Social, House President. 

Tammy Lucida Fung Panama City, Panama; Mechanical Engineering; 
541 Vera Circle; Tau Pi Sigma; East Asia Society, Residence Halls 
Council: Chinese Club; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Stephen William Funk Newtown Square. PA: Accounting; Trembley. 

Michael J. Furjanic Steelton, PA: Chemical Engineering; Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Steward; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Chemical Engineers, 
Treasurer. 

Jonathan B. Cable Princeton, NJ, Industrial Engineering: Phi Kappa 
Theta; Fast Break Club: Investment Club 

Steven Anthony Gabrielle Absecon. NJ: Electrical Engineering: Tay- 
lor College. Selection Committee: Lehigh Christian Fellowship, Presi- 
dent. 

Laura Elizabeth Gaffoglio North Brunswick, NJ. Chemical Engineer- 
ing: Delta Zeta. Executive Assistant Sisterhood. Lehigh University 
Volunteers, Day Care Chairperson: Society of Women Engineers: 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Nancy Maria Gagne Wall. NJ, Government. 421 Webster Street; Delta 
Zeta; Class of 1990. Executive Committee: Lehigh University Big/Little 

Sister Program. 

Cheryl Lynn Calanle Berkeley Heights. NJ. Finance: 225 Summit 
Street 

Tracie Ann Galena Oreland, PA: Psychology; Alpha Phi, Administra- 
tive Assistant, Vice President; Phi Alpha Theta, Treasurer. 

Curt M. Gammer Colts Neck, NJ: Mechanical Engineering; 522 Polk 
Street; Varsity Cross Country: Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field 

Richard FurieCanz Oakhurst, NJ: Industrial Engineering; Institute of 
Industrial Engineers. 

Adam Hayes Gardner Closier, NJ: Economics. Brodhead; Mustard and 
Cheese Drama Society; Residence Halls Council; Hillel: Finance Club 

Matthew T, Garito Reading, PA, Accounting: Pi Lambda Phi, Rush 
Chairperson, Concessions Manager: Financial Accounting Tutor. 

Suzanne E Gartner Avon, CT: Biology; 433MonIclair Avenue; Dean s 
List, Women s Soccer Club. 



Seniors 341 




Melanie M. Gaskins 



John B. Geary 



Theodore A. Gehner 



Jeff M. Gentilotti 



Michael R. Gerhart 




Kenneth G. Glynn 



Carl H. Goehringer 



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Gaskins - Goldhaber 




Robert S. Cerwig 



Donnj B. Gesujido 



Jeffrey M. Gibbons 



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Suzanne C. Gill 



Annemarie Gilmore 



Jennifer W. Gimber 




Brian R. Glasser 



Andrew C. Gleichmann Alexander A. Glovich, Jr. 




iMk 



James E. Goeke 



Samy Goldfarb 



Hope 5. Goldhaber 



Melanie Michele Gaskins Camden, NJ; Government; Umoja House; 
Black Students Union, University Committee of Discipline; Woodrow 
Wilson Fellowship; Challenge for Success Tutorial Program; Gospel 
Choir. 

John Brian Geary West Hartford, CT; Finance; Beta Theta Pi, Social. 

Theodore Alexander Geltner McLean, VA; Government, Alpha Sigma 
Phi, Rush Chairperson. Brown and White- 
Jeff Mark Gentilotti Clarks Summit. PA; Economics; Z«ta Psi. 

Michael Robert Gerhart West Chester, PA; Architecture; Trembley; 
Dean's List, American Institute of Architecture Students; Floor Hock- 
ey Club; Tennis Club. 

Robert Scott Gerwig Buffalo, NY; Architecture; Sigma Nu; Dean's 
List; Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field, Captain, American Institute of 
Architecture Students; WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Donna Barbara Gesualdo Edison, NJ; Psychology; Delta Gamma, Cor- 
responding Secretary. 

Jeffrey Michael Gibbons Whitehall, PA; Applied Science; Beta Theta 
Pi, Social Chairperson, House Manager; Pi Tau Sigma; Interfraternity 
Housing Committee; Brown and White; WLVR Campus Radio Sta- 
tion, Theta Nu Epsilon, 

Carol Ann Gibson Factoryville, PA; Molecular Biology; 615 Monlclair 
Avenue; Field Hockey; Biology Club. 

Melvin Franklin Gibson Camden, NJ; Accounting; Umoja House; 
Association of Minority Business Students, Vice President; Residence 
Halls Council, Concession. 

James Franklin Giddon Newton, MA, Government, Phi Gamma Del- 
ta, President; Varsity Baseball, 

Lori Ann Gigliotti Morrisville, PA; Theatre/English; Mustard and 
Cheese Drama Society; Cultural Affairs. 

Amy Cole Gilbert Radnor, PA; Psychology, Kappa Alpha Theta. 

Suzanne Catherine Gill Southborough, MA, Behavior and Neural 
Biology, Alpha Chi Omega, Colonizing Member, Personal Develop- 
ment Chairperson. 

Annemarie Gilmore Philadelphia, PA; Electrical Engineering. 456 
Montclair Avenue. 

Jennifer Whitney Gimber CarversviUe, PA; Accounting: Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi, Assistant Treasurer; Beta Alpha Psi. Marketing Club, Vice 
President of Programming; Lehigh Big/Little Sister Program. 

Kathleen Denise Gimpel Port Jefferson, NY; International Relation- 
s/Economics; Kappa Alpha Thela, Standards Chairperson, Alumnae 
Relations. 

Marc Charles Gittelman Verona, NJ; Government; Sigma Alpha Mu, 
Vice President, President; Visiting Lecturers Committee; Brown and 
White. 

Brian Robert Glasser Wantagh, NY; Finance, 454 Carlton Avenue; 
Finance Club, Marketing Club. 

Andrew Carl Gleichmann Florham Park, NJ; Electrical Engineering: 
Chi Phi, President, Social Chairperson, Rush Chairperson. 

Alexander Anthony Glovich, Jr. Freehold, NJ; English; Tau Epsilon 
Phi; Dean s List. Wrestling 

Kenneth G. Glynn Chatham, NJ; Computer Science: Theta Delta Chi, 
Rush Chairperson. 

Carl Heinz Goehringer Columbus. OH; Electrical Engineering; Theta 

Chi, Treasurer. Steward. Tau Beta Pi. 

James E. Goeke New Egypt. NJ: Mechanical Engineering: Trembley 
15: Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Beta Pi. 

Samy Goldfarb Caracus, Venezuela; Industrial Engineering; 455 

Montclair Avenue; Ski Club: Spanish Club. 

Hope S. Goldhaber Willow Grove, PA; Journalism Government; 450 
Montclair Avenue; Cross Country; Varsity Track and Field. 



Seniors 343 




John M. Grossi 



Richard J. Croth 



Deepak Gupta 



Joelle K. Gussow 



Anita Gwal 



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Goldman - Habal 




MelisM S. Goldman Pott Washington, N\. International Relations: 
Delta Gamma, Pledge Master, Corresponding Secretary, Historian; 
Dean s List, Outstanding Students: Student Activities Concert Chair- 
person, Brown and White. 

Michelle Le« Goldstein Scarsdale, NY; Management, Alpha Chi Ome- 
ga, Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Stacy Faith Goldstein Watchung, NJ. International Careers; Alpha 
Gamma Delta. Alumni Chairperson. Alpha Phi Omega; Rush Coun- 
selor; Senior Class Gift Campaign 

Joseph Michael Good Mountaintop, PA, Mechanical Engineering; 338 

\'ini' Strt'ft 

W, Leighton Good Morrisville, PA, Mechanical Engineering, 420 Bir- 
kel Avenue. American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of 
Automotive Engineers, 

Jennifer Cordinier Rumson. NJ, Marketing. Gamma Phi Beta. Vice 
President of Pledge Class, Rush Chairperson, Marketing Club. Senior 
Class Gift Campaign. 

Mark Christopher Gordon Madison, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 471 

Montclair Avenue 

E. Timothy Gorham, Jr. Winnetka. IL; Mechanical Engineering, 
Lambda Chi Alpha, House Manager; Hockey Club. 

Christine Gramlich Easton, PA; Computer Science; 450 MontcUir 
Avenue; Dean's List. Cross Country; Track and Field; Air Force 
ROTC. Corps Commander; Arnold Air Society; Brown and White; 
Turkey Trot '89 Winner, 

Craig Freeman Greene Bnarcliff, NV; Civil Engineering/ Arts; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Vice President. 

Peter Charles Greer West Palm Beach, FL; Marketing; Thela Delia Chi. 

Deborah Delight Greger West Chester, PA, Electrical Engineering; 7 
West 4th Street, Society of Women Engineers; Amateur Radio Club. 

Neil Allen Greiner Broad Brook, CT; Electrical Engineering; Beta 
Thetd Pi, Pledgemaster, Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engi- 
neers; Mensa. 

Charles Darrow Griffin Riverside. CT; Electrical Engineering; Beta 
Theta Pi; Track and Field; Gymnastics; Institute of Electronics and 
Electrical Engineers, 

JoAnne Michelle Griffin Timonium, MD; Mechanical Engineering; 
521 Carlton Avenue; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Soci- 
ety of Automotive Engineers. 

James Robert Cross Baden, PA; Civil Engineering; Trcmbley 33; Tau 
Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Cross Country; Indoor and Outdoor Track and 
Field; American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Neil Lawrence Gross Livingston. NJ; Government; Sigma Alpha Mu. 

Paula Christine Gross Wilmington. DE: Marketing; Alpha Omicron 
Pi. President, Chapter Relations Chairperson; Teiwis, Co-captain. 

John Michael Grossi Southampton, PA; Accounting; Sigma Phi, 
Pledge Czar. House Manager; Beta Alpha Psi. 

Richard John Groth Jeannette. PA; Mechanical Er\gineering; Phi Kap- 
pa Theta; Pledge Master, 

Deepak Gupla Bensalem. PA; Pre-Medical Science; 3361 Wiehle Street. 
Sxial Representative. 

Joelle Kristie Cussow Severna Park, MD; Psychology: Alpha Omicron 
Pi, Social Chairperson, Chapter Relations Representati\'e; Psi Chi 
National Honor Society; Students Offering Support 

Anita Gwal Cherry Hill. NJ; Pre-Medical Science. 

Amy Beth Haas Newrington, CT; Accounting; Taylor Residential Col- 
lege, Secretary; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Lehigh University 
Choir: Lehigh Christian Fellowship; Choral Union; Children s The- 
atre. 

Joseph William Haas, Jr. Center Valley. PA; Chemical Engineering; 
Drinker; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi: American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. 

Hadi F. Habal Kuwait, Kuv ,it; Electrical Engineering; 432 Stoneman 
Street. Vice President: Debate Team, Soccer; Model United Nations. 



Amy B. Haas 



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Janine H. Haddad 



Kevin D. Hagar 



Katherine D. Hagenah 



James J. Hall, Jr. 



Scott C. Hamilton 




Christopher J. Hansen 



Helen L. Hansen 



Scott D. Hansen 



Martha L. Hansen-Sturm 



Todd S. Harris 




Scott C. Healer 



Jeanne L. Hcin 



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Haddad - Hensel 




Mjrk F. Hjmmes 



Karen L. Hancock 



William M. Hanna, III. 




Peter F. Harter 



Brendan J. Hartman 



Nurulhalim Hassim 




Donna L. Hjviland 



Brian W. Hayduk 



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Matthew K. Heldberg 



W. Michael Hendricks 



Brian E. Hen^l 



Jjnine IJ. Hjddad Kuwait, Kuwait, Journalism/International Rela- 
tions, 219 £a6t Fifth Street, Dean's List, Listening Line; International 
Students; Progressive Student Alliance. 

Kevin Donald Hagar Emmaus, PA; Electrical Engineering/Engineer- 
ing Physics; Dean's List. 

Katherine Dunham Hagenah Kenilworth, IL, Architecture/Social Re- 
lations, Trembley 48, Women's Soccer Club; American Institute of 

Architecture Students 

James Joseph Hall, Jr. Brookfield, CT, Electrical Engineering, 471 

Montdair Avenue 

Scott Cameron Hamilton Richmond, MO, Economics; Alpha Tau 
Omega. Wrestling, Lehigh Cycling Club, Senior Class Gift Campaign, 

Co-Chairperson, 

Mark Francis Hammes Madison, NJ, Mechanical Engineering; Sigma 
Phi; Pi Tau Sigma, Lehigh Crew Club. President. 

Karen L. Hancock Pennsville, NJ; Chemical Engineering; Delta Zeta: 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Society of Women Engi- 
neers 

William McAfee Hanna, III. Bryn Mawr, PA, Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, Kappa Sigma. House Manager; 530 Montclair Avenue. 

Christopher John Hansen Point Pleasant, NJ; Industrial Engineering; 
Sigma Chi, House Manager, Rugby Club; Society of Manufacturing 
Engineers, Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Helen Louise Hansen Pleasantville, NY, Industrial Engineering; 612 
Montclair Avenue; Institute of Industrial Engineers; Society of Wom- 
en Engineers. 

Scott David Hansen Cranbury, NJ; Mechanical Engineering; Delta 
Chi, Sergeant at Arms; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Air Force ROTC. 

Martha Lynn Hansen-Sturm Scarsdale, NY; Marketing; 612 Mont- 
clair Avenue. 

Todd Stanley Harris Woodcliff Lake, NJ; Marketing; Phi Sigma Kap- 
pa, Pledge Inductor. 

Peler Farrington Harter Bethlehem, PA, Government Rhetoric; 
Trembley Park, The Martindale Center for the Study of Private Enter- 
prise. Student Associate; Debate Team, President; Senior Class Gift 
Campaign, Co-Chairperson; Jazz Coalition; University Commillee on 

Discipline. Judicial Advocate. 

Brendan J. Harlman Armonk, NY; Economics. 558 Hillside Avenue. 

Nurulhalim Hassim Melaka, Malaysia; Electrical Engineering; Inter- 
national House. Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu. Asian Students Associa- 
tion, President, Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers, Vice 
President, 

John Austin Hatch Oaklyn, NJ: Mechanical Engineering; Sigma Phi, 
Rush Chairperson, President; Pi Tau Sigma; Interftaternity Council, 
Community Relations Committee; Newman Council. 

Christopher James Hauck Pittsburgh. PA. Chemical Engineering; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon, President, Secretary. 

David Sloan Hauck Darien, CT; International Relations; Pi Lambda 

Phi 

Donna Lynn Haviland Bethlehem, PA, international Careers; Alpha 
Phi, House Manager. 

Brian Wayne Hayduk Bronxville, NY; Economics; Chi Psi, Rush 

Chairperson, 

Scott Curtis Healer Wellesley, MA. Government; Alpha Tau Omega. 
Deans List 

Jeanne Louise Hein Camp Hill, PA; Natural Science: Delta Zela, 
Alumnae Relations; Dravo House, President, Twilight, Secretary, 
Treasurer; University Tour Guide; Women Involved in Student Edu- 
cation; Big/Little Sister Program; Fast Break Club. 

Matthew Kyle Heldberg Huntington, NY; Marketing; E>lta Upsilon, 

Steward. Football. 

Wilson Michael Hendricks Willow Grove. PA: Intematiorul Rela- 
tions: Chi Psi. Football, Brown and White. 

Brian Emmett Hensel Philadelphia, PA; Journalism; Delta Upsilon, 

Alumni Representative. Rush Chairperson; Football; Public Relations 
Student Society of America; College Republicans; Brown and White. 



Seniors 347 




Beth M. Hershman 



Allen F. Herzberg 




Jennifer L. Hillman 



Allyson L. Hipsher 



Janet E. Hiscock 



Walter J. Hoehlcr 



Valerie Hoesch 




William M. Holliday 



Monica A. Holmqvist 



Mark E. Hopkins 



Gregory G. Horn 



Sheri L. Houtz 



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Hensel - Hsu 




Beth Herling 



Joseph J. Herrmann William J. Hershberger 




Carrie 5. Hoffman 



Todd R. Holbrook 



Christopher C. Holland 




Nancy J. Howard 



David W. Howell 



Jerry C. R. Hsu 



Julia A. Hensel Vienna, VA; Electrical Engineering; 219 E. 5th Street; 
Delta Zeta, Rush Day Chairperson, Founding Sister, Social Chairper- 
son; Residence Halls Council, President; Forum; Equestrian Club. 

Ronald Edward Herbert Scranton, PA; Mechanical Engineering; Kap- 
pj Alpha, Steward. Pi Tau Sigma, Vice President; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 

Beth Herling Baldwin, NY; Management; 646 Monlclair Avenue; Stu- 
dents Offering Support, Student Activities Council; Women Involved 
in Student Education; Hillel. 

Joseph John Herrmann Sayville, NY; History/International Rela- 
tions; Alpha Tau Omega; Wrestling; Sailing Club. 

William James Hershberger Bohemia, NY; Finance; Taylor, Assistant 
Hall Director, Gryphon Society, Army ROTC; Delta Tau Delta; In- 
vestment Club. 

Beth Maria Hershman Lawrence, NY; Psychology; Alpha Phi, Social 
Chairperson, Public Relations Student Society of America. 

Allen Forrest Herzberg McLean, VA; Accounting; 111 E. 3rd Street; 
Brown and White, Appropriations Committee, Entre-Nous. 

Michael Arthur Herzig Hewlett, NY; International Careers/French; 

452 Carlton Avenue, Sigma Chi. 

Nancy Claiborne Hicks Madison, NJ; International Careers; 304 S. 
New Street; Crew Club; Ski Club. 

Matthew Christopher Hill Cherry Hill, NJ; Accounting; Beta Theta 
Pi, Rush Chairperson, Social Chairperson; Interfraternity Council, 
Rush Committee, 

Jennifer Lynn Hillman Bethlehem, PA, International Relations; 318 
E. Sth Street 

Allyson Lee Hipsher Higganum, CT; Psychology; 215 Brodhead. 

Janet Elizabeth Hiscock Aberdeen, NJ; Biology; Alpha Omicron Pi, 
Historian; Allied Health Professions Society; Biology Club. 

Walter John Hoehler Warren, Nj; Finance; Alpha Sigma Phi, Mar- 
shall; Interfraternity Council. 

Valerie Hoesch New Hyde Park, NY; International Business; Alpha 
Omicron Pi; Brown and White; Residence Halls Council. 

Carrie Sue Hoffman Woodcliff Lake, NJ; Finance; Gamma Phi Beta, 
Recording Secretary; Senior Class Vice President, Social Committee; 
Marketing Club, 

Todd Reichert Holbrook Bethany, CT; Biology; German House, Vice 
President, Steward; Gryphon Society; Allied Health Professions Soci- 
ety; Biology Club 

Christopher Charles Holland Ipswich. MA; Accounting/Finance; Del- 
ta Phi, 

William Michael Holliday Webster, NY: Mechanical Engineering; 
Trembley; Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma; Indoor.'Outdoor Track and 
Field, American Society of Mechanical Er\gineers, President, Mechani- 
cal Engineering Student/Faculty Committee. 

Monica Annette Holmqvist Montvale, NJ; Marketing; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Chaplain, Marketing Club; French Club. 

Mark Edward Hopkins Oakbrook, IL: Chemical Engineering/Archi- 
tecture. Beta Theta Pi. 

Gregory George Horn Lebanon, PA; Accounting; Theta Chi, Presi- 
dent, Assistant Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Martindale 
Society for Study of Private Enterprise. 

Sheri L Houtz Allentown, PA; Civil Engineering; Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Fraternity Education Chairperson; Army ROTC; ROTC Colorguard, 
Color Sargent; Scabbard and Blade; Association of the United Sates 
Army; Society of American Military Engineers. 

Nancy Jean Howard Edgewater Park, NJ: Computer Engineering; 
Delta Zeta, Founding Sister; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Epitome. 
Editor in Chief; Lehigh Big,'Xittle Sister Program; Residence Security; 
Freshmen Orientation. 

David Willard HoweU UnionWlle. PA; Mechanical Engineering; 214 
Brodhead; Model Aeronautics Club, Vice President, 

Jerry Chi Run Hsu Repulse Bay, Hong Kong: Industrial Engineering; 
541 Vera Circle; East Asian Society; Cultural Exchange Committee; 
Chinese Student Club; Society of Manufacturing Engineers. 



Seniors 349 




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Maureen E. Huff 



Pamela A. Humbert 



Sandra D. Hume 



Carolyn S. Huntowski 



Edward J. HuHer 




Ann M. Janik 



Richard F. Janoso 



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Huff ' Jerge 




Paul R. Hyde 



Thomas S. Hydro 



Bruce M. Hyland 




Christopher F. Jackson 



Jennifer J. Jackson 



Ellen E. Jacobi 




Lori E. Jacobson 



Laurie E. Jager 



John R. Jahn, II. 




Katherine E. Janulis 



Stuart R. Jara 



Susan E. Jerge 



Maureen Elizabeth Huff Armonk, NY; Government/International 
Relations, 3ia E 5th Street. 

Pamela Anne Humbert Randolph, NJ; International Careers; Gamma 
Phi Beta, Senior Class Gift Campaign; Lehigh University Volunteers; 
Class of 1990 Social Committee 

Sandra Diane Hume Basking Ridge, NJ; Marketing; 434 Birkel Ave- 
nue, Women s Basketball- 
Carolyn Susan Huntowski Ocen, NJ; Finance; Alpha Omicron Pi, 
Scholarship Chairperson; Financial Management Association, Secre- 
tary; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma, Panhellenic Council, Secre- 
tary, Gryphon Society, 

Edward John Hutter Chester, NJ, Mechanical Engineering; Trembley; 
Pi Tau Sigma, 

Paul Richard Hyde Montclair, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 482 Birkel 
Avenue, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma, Lehigh University 
Wind Ensemble; Marching 97. 

Thomas Scan Hydro Coaldale, PA; Applied Science/Civil Engineer- 
ing, Delta Upsilon, Treasurer, Football; American Society of Civil 
Engineers 

Bruce M. Hyland Lower Burrell, PA; Industrial Engineering, Delta 
Chi, Secretary; Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu; Who's Who Among Ameri- 
can College Students; Gryphon Society. 

George Safwal Ibrahim Kuwait, Kuwait; Electrical Engineering/Phy- 
sics; International House; Physics Club; Philosophy Club; Interna- 
tional Club. 

Thomas Angelo Infantino Wheeling, W^; Electrical Engineering; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon. 

Joseph Infantolino Brielle, NJ; Economics; Sigma Alpha Mu 

Nadine Estelle Inganna East Islip, NY; Social Relations; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi, Rush Chairperson; Jazz Coalition. 

Hans Joseph Irr Newark, DE; Architecture; Sigma Phi, Steward; 
American Institute of Architecture Students. 

Christopher Fenton Jackson Kennett Square, PA, Economics; Beta 
Theta Pi; Varsity Lacrosse; Hockey Club, President, Coach, Presiden- 
tial Commission on Minorities; Residence Halls Council. 

Jennifer J. Jackson Gulph Mills, PA; Marketing; 431 Montclair Ave- 
nue; College Republicans, Secretary; Mustard and Cheese Drama Soci- 
ety; Marketing Club. 

Ellen Elise Jacobi Shrewsbury, NJ; Accounting; Alpha Phi, Scholar- 
ship Chairperson; Beta Alpha Psi; Dean's List; Chi Phi Little Sister. 

Jennifer Lynn Jacobson River Edge, NJ; International Business; Cam- 
ma Phi Beta, Corresponding Secretary; Women's Tennis Team, Cap- 
tain; East Coast Conference Tennis Scholar Athlete. 1989. 

Jodi Lynn Jacobson Scarsdale, I^JY; Social Relations. 

Lori Elizabeth Jacobson Rumson, NJ; International Business/French; 
Gamma Phi Beta; Visiting Lecturers Committee; French Club. 

Laurie Elise Jager Tenafly, NJ; Finance; Alpha Gamma Delta, Philan- 
thropy Chairperson; Dean's List; Investment Club; Alpha Phi Omega. 

John Robert Jahn, 11 Bethlehem, PA; Computer Science; 427 Montclair 
Avenue; Soccer- 
Ann Marie Janik Suff ield, CT; Marketing; Marketing Club, Secretary. 

Richard F. Janoso Allentown, PA; Electrical Engineering; Trembley 
18, Air Force ROTC 

Katherine Evangeline Janulis South Orange, NJ; Accounting; Inter- 
national House, President; WLVR Campus Radio Station; Spanish 
Club; International Club; Asian Students Association. 

Stuart Raul Jara Caracus, Venezuela; Mechanical Engineering: Kappa 
Alpha; Forum, Co-Chairperson. 

Susan E- Jerge New Canaan, CT; Mechanical Engineering; 421 Mont- 
clair Avenue; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of 
Women Engineers; Chi Phi Little Sisters, 



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Twistan Marc C. Jones 



Jimmy K.P. Kan 



Ceorgiana C. Kane 



Robert L. Kanofsky 



Kenneth Kantor 



Alok A. Joshi 




Vikrant K. Kapila 




Michelle A. Kaskel 



Gail A. Katz 



Melissa D. Katz 



Stuart A. Kauffman 



Keren A. Kazis 



352 



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Johns - Keen 




Todd A. Johnson 



Beverley A. Jones 



Laura B. Jones 




Maria T. Juan 



J. Michael Kafes 



Cheryl A. Kalman 




Robertos A. Karahannas 



Jack A. Karibian 



Gary J. Karnish 




Robert S. Keanc 



Patrick W. Kceler 



Susan E. Keen 



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Frederick Bloom Johns Pittsburgh, PA; Mechanical Engineering: Del- 
ta Chi, American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Golf Team; Lehigh 
Jazz Coalition. 

Gyl Beth Johnson Baltimore, MD; Architecture; Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Parliamentarian; Women Involved in Student Education; Theta Chi 
Little Sister, Student Activities Council. 

Todd Andrew Johnson Upper Saddle River, NJ; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. Phi Kappa Theta, Assistant Steward, Assistant Treasurer; Hockey 
Club, Treasurer; Pi Tau Sigma, 

Beverley Ann Jones Randolph, NJ; Computer Science; 490 Birkel 
Avenue; Marching '97; Concert Band; Pep Band; Lehigh University 

Volunteers. 

Laura Beth Jones Shrewsbury, MA, Finance; Delta Gamma, Off-Cam- 
pus Representative. 

Twistan Marc-Christopher Jones Mt. Airy, MD, Economics; 615 Carl- 
ton Avenue; Lacrosse; Black Students Union; Student Activities Coun- 
cil. 

Alok Anilkumar Joshi Tarrytown, NY; Electrical Engineering/Phy- 
sics, 320 W. Packer Avenue; Institute of Electronics and Electrical 
Engineers. 

Maria Teresa Juan San Juan, Puerto Rico; Accounting; Kappa Alpha 
Theta; Omicron Delta Kappa, Spanish Club; Peer Counselor; Student 
Senate. 

J. Michael Kafes Peekskill, NY, Finance; 111 E, 3rd Street; Investment 
Club, Vice President; 1988 Williams Prize, First Place. 

Cheryl Ann Kalman Morganville, NJ, Psychology; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Intramural Manager, Psi Chi; Committee About Rape Educa- 
tion; Alpha Phi Omega, Service Fraternity. 

Jimmy Kin-Ping Kan Tokyo, Japan; Electrical Engineering, Kappa 
Alpha; Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu; WLVR Campus Radio Station; 
International Club. 

Georgiana C. Kane Rockville Center, NY; Social Relation/American 
Literature, 511 E. Packer Avenue; Soccer; Ski Club; Marketing Club; 
Lehigh University Volunteers. 

??obert Levi Kanofsky Boca Raton, FL; Management; Trembley 23; 
Beta Gamma Sigma. 

Kenneth Kantor Westport, CT; Computer Science. 

Vikrant Kumar Kapila South Orange, NJ; Accounting; Phi Sigma 
Kappa, Assistant Treasurer, Fraternity Management Association; In- 
vestment Club. 

Robertos Anthony Karahannas Nicosia, Cyprus; Accounting; 467 
Montclair Avenue; Beta Tau Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. Beta Alpha Psi; 
Soccer Club; Hellenic Society, President. 

Jack Arsen Karibian Westbury, NY; Computer Science; Delta Sigma 

Phi, Athletics Chairperson, Activities Chairperson. Formals Commit- 
tee Chairperson, Intramural Basketball; Intramural Softball. 

Gary John Karnish Lansford, PA; Accounting; Phi Gamma Delta; 
Football 

Michelle Ann Kaskel Long Beach, NY; Psychology; Alpha Omicron 
Pi, Vice President, Public Relations Chairperson; Junior Class Presi- 
dent; Big Sister of Bethlehem Program. 

Gail Andrea Katz Oceanside, NY. English/Government; Trembley; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society; Uni- 
versity Choir; Jazz Band; Wholetones; Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Melissa Diane Katz East Northport, NY; Marketing/ Management; 
Trembley 53; Phi Eta Sigma; Marketing Club; New Student Orienta- 
tion Leader; Intramurals; Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Stuart A. KauHman Huntingdon Valley, PA; Biology; 860 West 8lh 
Street; Biology Club; Research in A^drology Lab. 

Keren Amy Kazis Rye, NY; Psychology; Alpha Phi, Fraternity Educa- 
tor; Epitome Business Staff. 

Robert Sean Keane Boonton, NJ; Civil Engineering; Theta Xi, Vice 
President. Steward. Army ROTC. 

Patrick William Keeler Maplewood, NJ; Civil Engineering; Trembley, 
Intramural Manager; American Society of Civil Engineers; Fast Break 
Club- 
Susan Elizabeth Keen Beaverton, MI; English, Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Rush Chairperson, Publicity Chairperson; Sigma Tau Delta; Public 
Relations Student Society of America. 



Seniors 353 




James A. Kelly 



Mary E. Kelly 



Shannon R. Kelly 



Douglas L. Kessler 



Michael P. Kienzle 




Maura S. Kirzon 



David J. Kish 



Suzanne J. Klein 






Kirstcn W. Kleine 


Timothy L. Kline 


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Kerry A. Koenemund 



Robert M. Koes 



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Kelly - Kolbe 



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Gretchcn M. Kiger 



Jin H. Kim 



Stephen P. Kirsch 




Debra R. Klinck 



Richard H. Klinger 



Richard J. Kloiber 




Bruce C. Knauf 



Timothy W. Knipe 



Kristen A. Knott 




Matthew L. Koff 



Grctchen Kohlcr 



Kathryn L. Kolbe 



James Arthur Kelly Ridgewood, NJ, Mechanical Engineering; Beta 
Theta Pi, Vice President, Rush Chairperson; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau 
Sigma, WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Mary Elizabeth Kelly Baldwin, NY; Mechanical Engineering; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, House Manager; Panhel Rush Counselor; American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Women Engineers. 

Shannon Rush Kelly Palos Verdes Est., CA; Economics; 419 Vine 
Street, Economics Society; Marketing Club. 

Douglas Lawrence Kessler Montvale, NJ; Computer Science; Phi Kap- 
pa Theta, Social Chairperson. 

Michael P. Kienzle Meadowbrook, PA; Chemical Engineering; 471 
Montclair Avenue, American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Grelchen Marie Kiger York, PA; Materials Science and Engineering; 
304 S. New Street; Student Materials Society, Secretary; American 
Society of Metals; Richards', Hall President. 

Jin Hyun Kim Seoul, Korea, Mechanical Engineering; 456 Montclair 

Avenue. 

Stephen Paul Kirsch Warminster, PA, Electrical Engineering Kappa 
Alpha, Vice President, Pledge Master, Chorister, Social Chairperson, 
Steward; Intramural Supervisor; University Choir. 

Maura Suzanne Kirzon Roslyn, NY. Journalism; Gamma Phi Beta; 
Brown and White; Public Relations Student Society of America, Cho- 
ral Union. 

David John Kish Whitehall, PA; Economics; Jazz Coalition, President; 
Student Judicial Advocate; Pre-Law Society, WLVR Campus Radio 
Station. 

Suzanne Janet Klein Babylon, NY; Journalism; Alpha Omicron Pi; 
Brown and White. 

Kirsten Wendy Kleine Watchung, NJ; Economics, 547 Hillside Ave- 
nue, Gamma Phi Beta, Intramural Manager; Brown and White; Broad- 
casting. 

Timothy Lee Kline Allentown, NJ, Industrial Engineering; Chi Psi, 
President, Treasurer; Intramural Football. 

Debra Rachel Klinek Rye, NY; Management, Delta Zeta, Founding 
Sister; Senior Class Treasurer; Forum. 

Richard Howard Klinger Wayne, NJ; Accounting; Alpha Chi Rho, 
Pledge Master; Lacrosse. 

Richard Justin Kloiber Whitehall. PA, Economics; Beta Theta Pi, 

Social Chairperson; Student Senate; Interfraternity Council; Universi- 
ty Relations Committee; WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Kevin Joseph Klopfer Trenton, NJ; Chemical Engineering; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Tau Beta Pi, President. 

Christian Fox Knapp New Canaan, CT; Computer Science. 

Bruce Charles Knauf Baltimore, MD; Mechanical Engineering; Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha, Rush Chairperson. 

Timothy William Knipe Wyndmoor, PA; Industrial Engineering; Al- 
pha Sigma Phi, Athletics Manager; Soccer Club. 

Krislen Anne Knott Kings Park, NY; Industrial Engineering: Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Vice President Pledge Education; Women's Soccer; Soci- 
ety of Women Engineers. 

Kerry Anne Koenemund Marlboro, NJ, Social Relations; Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta; University Student Senate; Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; 

Forum. 

Robert Michael Koes Madison. NJ; Mechanical Engineering; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of Automotive Engi- 
neers; Intramurals. 

Matthew Lloyd Koff Wilkes Barre, P<\; Government; Phi Kappa Psi, 
President: College Democrats; Commission on Women. 

Gretchen Kohler Kingswood. Surrey, England; Geological Sciences; 
315 E 5th Street; Track and Field; Geology Club, President; Student 
•Activities Council. 

Kathryn Lynn Kolbe Perkasie, PA; Industrial Engineering; Drinker 
424; Air Force ROTC, Senior Class Gift Campaign; Arnold Air Society; 
Institute of Industrial Engineers. 



Seniors 355 




Jacqueline A. Kuney 



Steven J. Kurtz 



Peter W. Kuyper 



Felicia La Forgia 



John L. Lane 



356 



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Kongsiri - Laspalakis 




Brian C. Korn 



Andrew W. Kosko 



Thomas J. Koslas 




Catherine M. Krahnke 



Amy G. Kranendonk 



John T. Krincek 




Mohamed M. Kuleib 



Kathleen M. Kull 



Neena B. Kumar 




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Geoffrey B. Lansberry 



Karen L. Lanzen 



Tammy C. Laspalakis 



Sandi Siriluck Kongsiri Easlon, PA, Natural Science; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Standards Chairperson; Gryphon Society; East Asia Society. 

John Scott Korbich Glastonbury, CT; Mechanical Engineering; 305 

W 4th Street; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 

Brian Gregory Korn Dallas, TX; Finance; Kappa Alpha, Treasurer. 

Andrew William Kosko Susquehanna, PA; International Careers; Chi 

Psi, Lodge Manager; Varsity Football. 

Thomas James Kostas Pleasantville, NY, Computer Engineering/E- 
conomics; Trembley 45; Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engi- 
neers; Marching 97; Economics Club. 

Victoria Ann Kowalsky Freehold, NJ, Industrial Engineering; 4^1 
Monlclair Avenue; Industrial Engineering Council, Chi Phi Utile 
Sister; Society of Women Engineers; Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

David Edward Kozemchak Holmdel, NJ; Industrial Engineering; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon. 

Catherine Mary Krahnke Chevy Chase, MD: History/English; Alpha 
Chi Omega, Social Chairperson; Sigma Tau Delta, College Democrats. 

Amy Gail Kranendonk Temple Terrace, FL; Accounting; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Vice President, Rush Chairperson; Senior Class Special Events 
Committee; l.CA.R.E. 

John Thomas Krincek Wilkes Barre, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Delta Tau Delta, Alumni Relations Chairperson; l.CA.R.E. 

Robert Jay Kruklitis Clinton, NJ; Biochemistry; 461 Montclair Ave- 
nue; American Chemical Society; Intramurals. 

John James Krupa Rye, NY; Music, Gryphon Society, President; 
Council of Student Presidents; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society. 

Kara Ann Kudzma Miami Beach, FL; Classical Civilization; 424 Birkel 
Avenue; Progressive Student Alliance; Public Relations Student Soci- 
ety of America, Vice President; College Democrats, Secretary. 

James Joseph Kuhn Lansdale, PA; International Relations; Chi Psi. 

Steward, Pledge Master; Football. 

Khaltd Mahmoud Kuleib Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Manage- 
ment; Soccer. 

Mohamed Mahmoud Kuleib Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Civil 
Engineering, 432 Stoneman Street; Student Activities Council, New 
Student Orientation Staff. 

Kathleen Marie Kull Crofton, MD; Mechanical Engineering; 531 
Carlton Avenue, Pi Tau Sigma; Wind Ensemble; S.O.S. Hotline. 

Neena B. Kumar Maplewood, NJ; Psychology; 318 E. 5th Street. 

Jacqueline A. Kuney Essex Junction, VT; Finance/Marketing; Gamma 
Phi Beta; Marketing Club; Gryphon Society. 

Steven Jay Kurtz East Brunswick, NJ; English; Delta Phi; National 
Undergraduate Representative to the Board of Governors, Recording 
Secretary, Historian. 

Peter W. Kuyper, Jr. New Canaan, CT. Economics; Phi Delta Theta, 

Social Chairperson, Football. 

Felicia La Forgia Fair Lawn, NJ; Finance; 524 Thomas Street; Lehigh 
Annual Fund; Big.'Little Sisters of the Lehigh Valley Program; Invest- 
ment Club. 

John Leslie Lane Upper Monlclair, NJ; Marketing; Zela Psi; Ice Hock- 
ey, Marketing Club; Economics Club. 

Geoffrey Blake Lansberry Hamden, CT; Electrical Engineering; 
Trembley 47; Phi Eta Sigma; Institute of Electronics and Electrical 
Engineers; Jazz Coalition. 

Karen Lee Ljnzen Ringoes, NJ; Psychology: 425 Brighton Street; Psi 

Chi, Equestrian Club 

Tammy Christine Laspalakis Oradell, NJ; Marketing; 421 Montclair 

Avenue; English Honor Society; Marketing Club; Chi Phi Little Sister. 



Seniors 357 




Steven H. Lederman 



Howard S. Lee 



John A. Lee 



Joseph M. Lee 



Michael S. Lee 




Stephanie Levinc 



Barry E. Levinson 



358 



Laudati - LiBrizzi 




Marc D. Layne 



Pam ]. Lazear 



Kelly K. Lear 




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Harold A. Lehr 



Robert K. Leone 



Mark J. Levine 




Jonathan D. Lewis 



Michael P. Lewis 



Brenda L. LiBrizzi 



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Carleen Therm* Laudati Summit, NJ; Materials Engineering; Kappa 
Alpha Theta. Pledge Panhel Delegate, Fraternity Education Chairper- 
son, Courtesy Secretary. 

Andrea Noelle Lauer Shaker Heights, OH; Journalism; Delta Gamma; 
Field Hockey, Captain, I.C.A.R.E.; Homeless Benefit; Lehigh Commis- 
sion on Women, Brown and White, Features Editor. 

Matthew Todd Laukaitis Reinholds, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Theta Chi, Judicial Chairperson, Pledge President; Interfraternity 
Council, Publicity Chairperson; American Society of Mechanical En- 
gineers. 

Elizabeth Jayne Lavelle Coopersburg, PA; Accounting; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi, Panhellenic Delegate; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Beta Alpha Psi; Investment Club; Equestrian Club. 

James Scott Layer Hatboro, PA; Social Relations; 458 Montclair Ave- 
nue; Basketball. 

Marc David Layne Sands Point, NY; Accounting; Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Treasurer; Fraternity Management Association, Chairman of the 
Board; Forum, Senate; Intramurals. 

Pam Jodi Lazear Pittsford, NY; Marketing/Psychology; Alpha Phi, 
Treasurer; Peer Counselor; Marketing Club. 

Kelly Kristen Lear Colts Neck, NJ; Finance. McClintic-Marshall, 
Gryphon, Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Gryphon Society; Lehigh Uni- 
versity Volunteers, President; Martindale Student Associate; Student 
Activities Council; Lehigh Benefit for the Homeless. 

Steven Harris Lederman North Caldwell, NJ; Computer Science; Ta- 
gar; Hillel. 

Howard Shih Lee Plantation, FL; Economics/International Careers; 
Chi Psi, Steward. 

John Alexander Lee Princeton, NJ; Economics/English; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, House Manager; Rugby Club, Captain. 

Joseph McAuliffe Lee Atlanta, GA; History; Phi Delta Theta, Presi- 
dent, Social Chairperson, Chaplain. 

Michael S. Lee Rockville. MD, Mechanical Engineering; 456 Mont- 
clair Avenue; WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Michelle Lee'Staten Island, NY; Economics/ Accounting; Alpha Gam- 
ma Delta; Omicron Delta Epsilon: Pre-law Society; Panhel Rush 
Counselor; Marketing Club. 

Stephen Subers Lee Allentown, PA: Accounting; Kappa Alpha. 

William Lee, Jr. Southampton, PA: Electrical Engineering: 541 Vera 
Circle: East Asia Society. President; Cultural Exchange Committee; 
Chinese Student Associate: Intramurals: Institute of Electronics and 
Electrical Engineers. 

Brian Joseph Lefever Lancaster. PA; Civil Engineering: Zeta Psi, Aca- 
demic Chairperson. 

Samantha Lynn Leff Chappaqua. NY: Economics; Alpha Phi. Social 

Chairperson, Rush Chairperson. 

Harold A. Lehr New York, NY; History/Government 

Robert Kennedy Leone E Northporl, NY; Architecture: Trembley 49; 
American Institute of Architecture Students. 

Mark Jeffrey Levine Syossel, NY: International Relations: Trembley; 
Pre-law Society. Intramurals. 

Stephanie Levine Kew Gardens, NY; Finance; 562 Hillside Avenue; 
Wrestling, Head Manager; Epitome, Business Staff. 

Barry Eliot Levinson San Francisco, CA; Computer Science: Brodhead. 

Jonathan David Lewis Port Jefferson, NY; Mechanical Engineering; 
Pi Lambda Phi, Steward; American.Scx:iety of Mechanical Engineers. 

Michael Patrick Lewis Plaistow, NH; Accounting; Phi Gamma Delta, 
Historian, Social Chairperson: Greek Peer Counselor: Intramural 
Sports, Captain, Manager. 

Brenda Lynn LiBrizzi Bridgewater. NJ; Industrial Engineering; Gam- 
ma Phi Beta; Tau Beta Pi: Alpha Pi Mu; Industrial Engineering Coun- 
cil: Institute of Industrial Engineers 



Seniors 359 




Stuart J. Lucker 



Katarina Lujic 



Heather M. Lundy 



Frank J. Luppino 





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Antonio R. Macri 



David R. Madeo 



Joseph M. Madgey 



Jerome Lutz 




Joseph J. Maioriello, IV Maryam Malekzadeh 



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Lynn Suzanne Ligotii Old Tappan, NJ; Marketing; 305 '> Van Buren 
Street, Tau Epsilon Phi Little Sister; Public Relations Student Society 
of America, Lehigh Big/Little Sister Program; Girl Scout Leader. 

Annie Tan Lim Glen Mills, PA; Electrical Engineering; International 

House, Gryphon, Asian Students Association, East Asian Society; 
Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers. 

Jill Marie Lipovsky Allentown, PA; Archileclure/Civil Engineering; 
Trembley, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Institute of 
Architecture Students; Society of Women Engineers. 

Robert Darin Lister Ridgewood, NJ, English; Delta Phi, President, 
Social Chairperson, Dean's List; Sigma Tau Delta; Pre-Iaw Society; 
Mustard and Cheese Drama Society. 

Boris N. Litinsky Pittsburgh, PA; Electrical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; 
Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers. 

Edye Ruth London Nesconset, NY; Psychology; Taylor, Psi Chi Psy- 
chology Society, Dean's List; Who's Who Among American College 
Students. I.C.A.R.E.; Big/Little Sister Program of the Lehigh Valley. 

Sandra Lucy Longo Scarsdale, NY; International Careers/French; Al- 
pha Phi, Recording Secretary; French Club. 

Christopher Charles Lory Suffern, NY; Mechanical Engineering; The- 

ta Chi, House Manager, Executive Committee; Outstanding College 
Students of America; Ski Club; Society of Automotive Engineers; 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Michael Joseph Loughran Fort Washington, PA; Finance; Zeta Psi, 

House Manager; Lacrosse; Economics Club. 

David Donald Luce Clinton, NJ; Finance; 201 W. 4th Street. 

Stuart John Lucker Painesville, OH; Accounting; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Treasurer, Steward, Alumni Coordinator; Interfraternity Council, 
Housing Chairpersor\; Brown and White, Circulation. 

Katarina Lujic North Haven, CT; Behavioral Neural Biology; Alpha 
Chi Omega. 

Heather Mary Lundy Williamsport, PA; Art; 305 ''2 Van Buren Street. 

Frank James Luppino Wilton, CT; Chemical Engineering; Trembley 5., 

Jerome Lutz, Allentown, PA; Electrical Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Eta 
Kappa Nu, Outstanding College Students of America. 

James Patrick Lynch Laurel, MD; Architecture/Chemical Engineer- 
ing, Kappa Alpha, President, Social Chairperson, House Manager, 
Corresponding Secretary; Who s Who Among American College Stu- 
dents; Intramural Sports; American Society of Chemical Engineers; 
American Institute for Architecture Students. 

William Andrew Lynn Warren, OH; Industrial Engineering; Phi Kap- 
pa Theta; Cross County; Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field. 

John Thomas Maccagnan Wyckoff, NJ; Accounting; Beta Theta Pi, 

Steward, Pledge Master. 

Antonio Rosario Macri Dobbs Ferry, NY: Electrical Engineering; The- 
ta Delta Chi. 

David R. Madeo Fairport, NY; Computer Science; 439 Montclair Ave- 
nue. WLVR Campus Radio Station, Program Director; Lehigh Univer- 
sity Computing Society, 

Joseph Michael Madgey Philadelphia, PA; Accounting; 530 Carlton 
Avenue; Intramural, Supervisor; Street Hockey Club. 

Joseph John Maioriello, IV Bedminster, PA; Computer Engineering; 

Trembley 35; Eta Kappa Nu. President; Tau Beta Pi. 

Maryam Malekzadeh Lisle, IL; Mathematics/French; 229 East Fifth 
Street; Common Denominator; Entre-Nous. 

Peter Salim Mallouk Chadds Ford. PA; Architecture; 467 Montclair 

Avenue; American Institute of Architecture Students, Treasurer; New- 
man Council; Jazz Coalition, Economics Society. Vice President; Stu- 
dent Pugwash, President. 

Richard Charles Maloumian, Jr. Chestnuthill, PA; Government; Kap- 
pa Sigma, Vice President; Track and Field; Ski Club. 

Julie Ann Mancuso Pelham, NY: Finance: Delta Gamma, Secretary, 
.Mumni Relations; Marketing Club; Public Relations Student Society 
of America. 



Peter S. Mallouk 



Seniors 361 




Jennifer L. Manieri 



Betsy R. Manning 



Suhaimi Mansor 



Jane A. Marder 



Michael A. Mariani 




Daniel A. Marshall 



Kelly A. Martin 



Thomas C. Martin 



Thomas P. Martin 



John L. Masonis 




Christopher W. McClenahan Timothy S. McConnell 



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Manieri - McDertnott 



Bijan Marjan 



Constance J. Marsala 




Michael Maslrocola 



Sunita M. Mathew 



David L. Mathios 









Karen S. Malthes 



Lisa R. Mayer 



Peter A. Mazzeo 




Thomas J. McCormack 



Samantha A. McCuen 



Kathryn A. McDermott 



Jennifer Lynn Manieri Richboro, PA, Biology; Alpha Omicron Pi, 
Philanthropy Chairperson; Women Involved in Student Education; 
Biology Club. 

Belsy Rulh Manning Ridgefield, CT; Finance; Gamma Phi Beta. 

Suhaimi Mansor Kulim, Kedah, Malaysia; Electrical Engineering. 

Jane Alison Marder New York, NY; Government; Alpha Chi Omega. 

Michael Anthony Mariani Mamaroneck, NY. Marketing; Pi Lambda 
Phi. 

Bijan Marjan Rome, Italy; Computer Science/Economics; Internation- 
al House, Secretary, International Club, President, Cultural Exchange 
Committee, Vice Chairperson, Association for Computing Machinery; 
Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers, Secretary. 

Susan Marra Great Neck, NY; Materials Science and Engineering; 315 
E. 5th Street; Epitome, Living Editor, Materials Society, Vice President- 
American Institute of Metals International; Association of Industrial 
and Mechanical Engineers; Society of Women Engineers. 

Constance Jeanne Marsala Harrison, NY; English; Kappa Alpha The- 
ta. Pledge Scholarship, Editor; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Rush 
Counselor; Women Involved in Student Education; Brown and White. 

Daniel Adam Marshall Scotch Plains, NJ; Accounting; Tau Epsiton 
Phi; Interfraternity Council Representative, Vice President; S.O.S. 
Hotline; Peer Counseling. 

Kelly Ann Martin Fallston, MD, Marketing/Psychology; Women's 
Varsity Basketball; Chi Phi Little Sisters, Treasurer, Vice President, 
President. 

Thomas C. Martin Westport, CT; Mechanical Engineering; Delta Tau 
Delta, Sergeant at Arms, House Manager; Rugby. 

Thomas P. Martin Holland, PA; Finance; Theta Delta Chi; Varsity 
Basketball. 

John Leander Masonis Maple Glen, PA; Biology/Pre-Med; Delta Up- 
silon, Secretary; Football; Biology Club. 

Michael Mastrocola Scotch Plains, NJ, Architecture/Urban Studies; 
321 Van Buren Street. 

Sunita M. Mathew Safat, Kuwait, Mechanical Engineering; Montclair 
Avenue; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; Intramural 
Volleyball, Tennis; Society of Women Engineers; Student Council; 
Lehigh Christian Fellowship. 

David Louis Mathios Wesley Hills, NY; Accounting; Sigma Alpha 
Mu, Recording Secretary. 

Solomon B. Matisoff Elkins Park, PA; Computer Engineering; Alpha 
Epsilon Pi; Model Aeronautics Club, Mountain Under the Star Club. 

Robert Scott Mattedi Andover, MA; Computer Engineering; Gryph- 
on; Gymnastics; University Choir. 

Karen Stacey Matthes Old Tappan, NJ; English/International Rela- 
tions; Sigma Tau Delta; Lehigh University Volunteers; Ski Club. 

Lisa Renee Mayer Bedford, MA; Mathematics; 562 Hillside Avenue. 

Peter Alexander Mazzeo Chalfont, PA; Civil Engineering; 217 Adams 
Street, Chi Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Tae Kwon Do. 

Christopher William McClenahan West Windsor, NJ; Electrical Engi- 
neering, 337 S. New Street; Intramural Wrestling, Basketball. 

Timothy Stephen McConnell Southbury, CT; Government; Delta Up- 
silon, Interfraternity Council Representative; Football. 

Thomas James McCormack Fairview, NJ; Accounting; Beta Theta Pi, 

Rush Chairperson. 

Samantha Ann McCuen Scarsdale, NY; Economics; Gamma Phi Beta, 
Corresponding Secretary, Ritual Chairperson; Economics Society; Le- 
high University Volunteers. 

Kathryn Ames McDermott Bethlehem, PA; International Relations; 
Taylor College; Phi Beta Kappa; Choral Union; South African Educa- 
tional Committee; Lehigh University Very Modern Ensemble. 



Seniors 363 





Katharine J. McDonald Patrick J. McDonough, HI 




Stephen J. McGuire 



Lynn A. Medvetz 



Beverly A. Meindl 



Peter S. Melkonian 



Stephen R. Menand 



Brian L. McMahon 




Peter E. Mcssikomer 




Priscilla E Mies«s 



Lee A. Milhiser 



Deborah B. Miller 



Diane E. Miller 



Heidi H. Miller 



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McDonald - Mintzer 




Erin A. McGarry 



James P. McGinley 



Harold C. McCrade 




Christine E. McMahon 



Damian M. McShane 



Bryan T. McVeigh 




Mark J. Messina 



Linda F. Micale 



Geraldine K. Micek 




Jason E. Miller 



William P. Millhiser 



James S. Mintzer 



Katharine Joan McDonald Atherton, CA; Accounting; 421 Monlclair 
Avenue; Student Activities Council; Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Patrick Joseph McDonough, III Summit, NJ; Economics/Interna- 
tional Careers; Zeta Psi, President, Steward; Economics Society; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Brown and White. 

Erin Ann McGarry Salem, MA; Accounting; Brodhead; Debate Team; 
College Republicans. 

James Patrick McGinley Verona, NJ; Finance; Sigma Chi, Kustos 
Tribune, Fundraiser. 

Harold Charles McGrade Poughkeepsie, NY; Biology; Phi Delta The- 
ta. Steward, Scholarship Chairperson; Tae Kwon Do; Biology Club. 

Stephen Joseph McGuire Lambertville, NJ; International Careers; 
Theta Delta Chi, Rush Chairperson; Baseball. 

Brian Louis McMahon Pleasantville, NY; Government; Sigma Chi; 
Dean's List; United States Marine Corps, Officer Candidate. 

Christine Elizabeth McMahon North Plainfield, NJ; Psychology; 
Trembley 17; Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society. 

Damian Michael McShane East Brunswick, NJ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing; Alpha Sigma Phi; WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Bryan Thomas McVeigh Paoli, PA; Marketing; 905 Meade Street; Beta 
Gamma Sigma; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society, Historian; Lehigh 
University Choir. 

Lynn Ann Mcdvetz Macungie, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 225 
Summit Street; S.O.S. Hotline, Coordinator; WLVR Campus Radio 
Station. 

Beverly Anne Meindl Pittsburgh, PA; Industrial Engineering; Alpha 
Chi Omega, Vice President of Pledge Education, House Manager; 
Institute of Industrial Engineers; Society of Women Engineers; Lehigh 
Big/Little Sister Program; Brown and White. 

Peter Sam Melkonian Garden City, NY; Firunce; Trembley; Intramu- 
ral Sports, Manager; Finance Club. 

Stephen Ramsey Menand North Ridgeville, OH; Economics; Chi Phi, 
Vice President, Secretary; Economics Society; Marching 97. 

Peter Edwin Messikomer Chadds Ford, PA; Industrial Engineering; 
Beta Theta Pi, President, House Manager; Institute of Industrial Engi- 
neers; WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Mark Joseph Messina Hawthorne, NY; Civil Engineering; Theta Delta 
Chi, Steward; American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Linda Frances Micale Bethlehem, PA; Architecture; Alpha Gamma 
Delta; Dancin'. 

Geraldine Kay Micek Allentown, PA; Computer Science; Dravo, 
Gryphon; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Air Force ROTC; Gryphon 
Society; Arnold Air Society. 

Priscilla Elaine Mieses San Juan, Puerto Rico; Biology; Brodhead, 
Gryphon; Spanish Club, President; International Club; Biology Club; 
Lehigh University Volunteers; Progressive Student AUiance. 

Lee Anne Milhiser Allendale, NJ; Finance; 488 Birkel Avenue; Fresh- 
man Orientation Planning Committee; Freshman Orientation Staff; 
Marketing Club. 

Deborah Beth Miller Huntingdon Valley, PA; Government; Kappa 
Alpha Theta. 

Diane Elizabeth Miller Barrington, IL; Mechanical Engineering; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta. 

Heidi Hendrickson Miller Camp Hill, PA; Marketing; Alpha Phi, 
Panhel Representative, Social Chairperson, 

Jason Edward Miller Reading, PA; Mechanical Etigineering; Chi Phi, 
Pledge Master, President; Air Force ROTC. 

William Prescott Millhiser Flemington, NJ; Industrial Engineering; 
461 Monlclair Avenue; Marching 97; Wind Ensemble; Concert Band; 
Pep Band. 

James Seth Mintzer West Islip, NY; Government; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Alumni Chairperson, Steward, House Manager; Senior Class Execu- 
tive Committee. 



Seniors 365 






iM^^t 




Anthony Mirando, Jr. 



Timothy J. Mock 



Ashesh I. Modi 



Susan L. Moebus 



Jeanne A. Mooncy 



Melissa A. Moore 



Nicole R. Morbach 



Gary K. Moskowitz 




William N. Mueller 



Clare M. Monaghan 




Thomas A. Mostek 




Leila Mureebe 




Hassan H. Mustafa 



Felipe L. Naranjo 



x 

Mirando - Nassivera 




David A. Monson Joanna L. Montgomery 



Lucy H. Montgomery 




Kashmira N. Motiwalla 



Michael P. Mott 



Maria D. Mrolck 




Brian J. Murphy 



John E. Murphy 



Heather E. Murray 




Tia M. Narciso 



Christopher J. Nason 



James M. Nassivera 



Anthony Mirando, Jr. Huntington, NY; Finance; Delta Upsilon, Trea- 
surer; Baseball; Football. 

Timothy John Mock Massena, NY; Urban Studies/ Architecture; Phi 
Gamma Delta; Dean's List; WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Ashesh Indravadan Modi Wappingers Falls, NY; Pre-Medical Sci- 
ences; Taylor College; Intramural Sports. 

Susan L. Moebus Milford, NJ; Economics; 304 S. New Street; Epitome, 
Co-Senior Editor; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Clare Margaret Monaghan Short Hills, NJ; International Relations; 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Philanthropy Chairperson. 

David Allen Monson Fanwood, NJ; Economics; Phi Gamma Delta, 
Recording Secretary, Social Chairperson, Pledge Education; Rugby. 

Joanna L. Montgomery Mendham, NJ; Electrical Engineering; Delta 
Zeta, Public Relations Chairperson, Ways and Means Chairperson; 
Panhel Rush Counselor; Order of Omega; Freshmen Orientation Staff. 

Lucy Helen Montgomery Buckingham, PA; Government; 328 E. Mor- 
ton Street; Rain Forest Action Group; Lehigh Big/Little Sister Pro- 
gram. 

Jeanne Alice Mooney CoUingswood, NJ; Journalism; 549 Hillside 
Avenue; Women's Varsity Basketball. 

Melissa Alice Moore Orchard Park, NY; English; Epitome; Sigma Tau 
Delta; Brown and White. 

Nicole R. Morbach Englishtown, NJ; Accounting; Delta Gamma, Vice 
President, Scholarship; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Dean's 
List; Outstanding College Students of America; Sophomore Class 
President. 

Gary Keith Moskowitz Yorktown Heights, NY; Computer Science; 
454 Monlclair Avenue; Air Force ROTC. 

Thomas Anthony Mostek Orlando, FL; Computer Engineering; Psi 
Upsilon, House Manager, Steward; Tau Beta Pi; Tae Kwon Do; Gym- 
nastics. 

Kashmira Noshir Motiwalla Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Market- 
ing; Taylor College, Social Chairperson; 431 Montclair Avenue; 
Dean's List; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities; Volleyball; Floor Hockey; Student Activities Council, 
Publicity Chairperson; Residence Halls Council, Activities Coordina- 
tor; 

Michael Patrick Molt Freehold, NJ; Economics/Architecture; Zeta Psi, 
Treasurer; Soccer; Economics Society, President; Fraternity Treasurer's 
Council. 

Maria Diane Mrotek Westport, CT; Finance; 461 Montclair Avenue: 
Marketing Club, Secretary; Students Activities Council. 

William Norman Mueller Blue Bell, PA; Journalism; 480 Birkel Ave- 
nue; Varsity Swim Team. 

Leila Mureebe Blauvelt, NY; Pre-Medical Science. 

Brian John Murphy MontviUe, NJ; Finance/Marketing; 454 Mont- 
clair Avenue; WLVR Campus Radio Station; Marketing Club; Lehigh 
Study Abroad Program. 

John Edward Murphy Hillsdale, NJ; Industrial Engineering; Psi Upsi- 
lon, Social Chairperson. 

Heather Elizabeth Murray Langhorne, PA; Delta Zeta, Steward, 
Guard. 

Hassan Hussein Mustafa Bethesda, MD; Civil Engineering; Delta Phi, 
Treasurer, Rush Chairperson; Tennis. 

Felipe L. Naranjo Northvale, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 456 Mont- 
clair Avenue. 

Tia Maria Narciso Mahwah, NJ; Finance; Delta Zeta, Panhel Delegate, 
House Manager; Student Activities Council, Publicity; Marketing 
Club. 

Christopher John Nason Carversville, PA; Government; 418 Pierce 
Street; Hockey Club; Brown and White, Photo Staff. 

James Mark Nassivera Columbia, SC; Finance; Kappa Alpha, Corre- 
sponding Secretary, House Manager; Interfraternity Council, Housing 
Committee; Marketing Club; Investment Club; Intramurals. 



Seniors 367 




Cina Neri 



Randall F. Newman 




NazliatuI A. Nordin 



Paul J. Norris 



David A. Norwood, Jr. 



Staci E. Nosheny 



John F. Novak 




Charles A. Olayinka 



Oaviu A. wienzaK 



Jon E. Olsen 



Stephanie P. Olsen 



John G. Oravitz, III. 



368 



I 

Naughton - O'Rourke 




Thomas W. Neff 



George C. Neilans 



Mark A. Neiro 




GUm Van Nghe 



Phuong Van Nguyen 



Nik Soh Nikmat 




Gregory J. O'Brien 



Siobhan M. O'Connell 



Malhew T. O'Connor 




David C. Oren 



Jose A. Orlandi 



Kristen M. O'Rourke 



Michael Leonard Naughton Chestnut Ridge, NY; Mechanical Engi- 
neering, 411 Webster Street; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Student/Fa- 
culty Commitlee, Chairperson; American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers. 

Nicholas Peter Naunton Short Hills, NJ; Computer Science; Delta 
Chi. 

Thomas Woodrow Neff Silver Spring, MD; International Relations- 
/Government, Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President, House Manager; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Order of Omega; Fraternity Management As- 
sociation; Interfraternily Council, Vice President, Secretary; Forum; 
University Committee on Discipline. 

George Cameron Neilans Bayport, NY; Economics; 558 Hillside Ave- 
nue. 

Mark Andrew Neiro New Rocheile, NY, International Relations; 
Kappa Sigma, Social Director; Model United Nations; Progressive 
Student Alliance; Rainforest Action Group; Brown and White; Ski 
Club. 

Gina Neri Staten Island, NY; Accounting; Gamma Phi Bela, Philan- 
thropy Chairperson. 

Randall F. Newman Valley Stream, NY; Industrial Engineering; Pi 
Lambda Phi, Treasurer, Secretary; Institute of Industrial Engineers, 
Vice President of Development. 

Giam Van Nghe Sicklerville, NJ; Biology; International House, Trea- 
surer, Tae Kwon Do; Allied Health Professions Society; Asian Stu- 
dents Association; East Asia Society. 

Phuong Van Nguyen Allentown, PA; Electrical Engineering; Phi Eta 
Sigma, Tau Beta Pi 

Nik Soh Nikmat Kelantan. Malaysia; Civil Engineering; American 
Society of Civil Engineers; Malaysian Student Association; Moslem 
Society. 

NazliatuI Aniza Nordin Malaysia; Accounting; Beta Alpha Psi; Phi 

Beta Kappa. 

Paul Julius Norris Bridgewater, NJ; Accounting/Finance; Alpha Sig- 
ma Phi, Executive Council, Rush Chairperson; Lacrosse. 

David A, Norwood, Jr. Easton, PA; Molecular Biology; Baseball, Biol- 
ogy Club. 

Staci Ersner Nosheny Ambler, PA; Mechanical Engineering; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Gryphon Society, Dining Committee; American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers. 

John Francis Novak Montclair, NJ; Finance; Zeta Psi, Vice President; 

Lacrosse. 

Gregory John O'Brien Audubon. PA; Mechanical Engineering; 321 

Summit Street. 

Siobhan Marie O'Connell Vernon, CT; Government; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Service Chairperson; Lehigh University Volunteers; S.O.S. Hot- 
line; UpBeat; Senior Class Executive Committee. 

Mathew Thomas O'Connor Bernardsville, NJ; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Phi Gamma Delta; WLVR Campus Radio Station, General Man- 
ager. 

Charles Adekunle Olayinka Silver Spring, MD; Economics/Philo- 
sophy; 613 Muschlitz Street; Basketball; Black Student Union. 

David A. Olenzak Media, PA; Computer Science; 427 Montclair Ave- 



Jon Eric Olsen Canaan, CT; Architecture/Civil Engineering. 

Stephanie Powers Olsen Pompton Plains. NJ; Mathematics; 315 E. 5th 
Street; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; University Choir, Manager; Common Denominator, Vice 
President; Student Activities Council. 

John George Oravilz, III Dallas, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 213 E. 
5th Street; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 

David Carlton Oren Bethlehem, PA; Electrical Engineering; 817 Carl- 
ton Avenue; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Indoor/Out- 
door Track and Field 

Jose Alfredo Orlandi Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Trembley 2>1, 

Kristen Marie O'Rourke Rumson, NJ; Marketing; Gamma Phi Beta; 

Marketing Club. 



Seniors 369 




Phillip H. Pender Cynthia A. Pensabene 



370 



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Orphanos - Petino 




Derrick E. Owens 



John E. Pachence 



Joseph E. Palasck 



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Jose Victor P. Paterno 



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Mark A. Patten 




David K. Patterson 



Stuart A. Pauley 



Lisa A. Payne 



James J. Pellegrini 








April A. Pereyra 



Jose G. Perla-Ellison 



Georgeadam Petino 



Paul A. Orphanos Greenwich, CT; Computer Engineering; 429 Mont- 

clair Avenue. 

Adriane Lee Orr Westporl, CT; Art; 313 E. Sth Street; Lehigh Universi- 
ty Scholarship. 

Timothy Decker Orr San Francisco, CA; International Relations; 109 
E. Morion Avenue; Football; Alpha Tau Omega. 

Rodrigo Ortiz Bethcsda, MD; Finance; Phi Delta Theta, House Man- 
ager; Latin Club; Investments Club. 

Deborah Susanne Outten Wilmington, DE; International Business; 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice President, Assistant Rush Chairperson; Vol- 
leyball. 

Derrick Eugene Owens Hempstead, NY; Economics; Black Student 
Union. 

John Edward Pachence Hazleton, PA, Economics; 482 Birkel Avenue; 
Jazz Ensemble, Marching Band; Jazz Coalition. 

Joseph Edward Palasek Rocky Point, NY; Management; Delta Upsi- 
lon, Vice President, Football. 

Keith Richard Palumbo Melrose. MA; Finance; Alpha Tau Omega; 
Tennis; Fraternity Management Association. 

Benjamin James Park Huntsville, AL; Computer Science; 627 Hillside 
Avenue; Lehigh Christian Fellowship Navigators. 

Jeffrey Warren Park Pittsburgh, PA; International Relations; 111 E 
3rd Street, Progressive Students Alliance. 

Laura Margaret Parton Rumson, NJ; Journalism; 488 Birkel Avenue; 
Cross Country, Captain; Indoor/Outdoor Track; Brown and White. 
Assistant Features Editor; Public Relations Student Society of Ameri- 
ca, Dean's List; Cross Country Coach's Award, 1988 & 1989; Rauch 
Business Writing Associate, Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities; Choral Union, Lehigh Big/ Little Sister 
Program. 

Alane Pastore Wayne, NJ; Architecture, Trembley 53; Dean's List; 
Newman Council; American Institute of Architecture Students; Le- 
high University Volunteers; Fast Break Club. 

Jose Victor Pardo Paterno Manila, Philippines; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; 558 Hillside Avenue, Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma: Boxing Club, 
Captain; Martindale Center Student Associate; East Asian Society, 
Vice President; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 

Mark Andrew Patten Allentown, PA; Finance; Alpha Sigma Phi, Vice 
President; Interfraternity Council, Social Committee. 

David Kenneth Patterson Utica, NY; Computer Science; Delta Chi, 
Steward; Air Force ROTC: WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Dominick Alfred Paul Bloomfield, NJ; International Careers, Theta 
Chi, Rush Coordinator; WLVR Campus Radio Station; Club 31. 

Tracey Lynne Paul Horsham, PA: Computer Science; Carothers: 
Gryphon Society; French Club; Lehigh Big Brother/Big Sister Pro- 



Stuart Alan Pauley Budd Lake, N], Computer Science: Kappa Alpha, 
Vice President: Rugby Club; Chess Club 

Lisa Ann Payne West Hazleton, PA; Finance: 448 Birkel Avenue: 
Intramural Sports: Finance Club: Student Activities Council. 

James J. Pellegrini Pipersville, PA: Mechanical Engineering: 213 E. Sth 
Street, Society of Automotive Engineers, President: American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers. 

Phillip Howard Pender Edison, NJ; Economics; Delta Upsilon. 

Cynthia Ann Pensabene Cherry Hill, NJ: Material Science and Engi- 
neering; 448 Birkel Avenue, Student Materials Society, President; 
Gryphon: Society of Women Engineers. 

April Anne Pereyra Ridgefield, CT; English 223 Summit Street: Chi 
Phi Little Sisters. Rush Chairpersop; Sigma Tau Delta. 

Jose Gerardo Perla-Ellison San Salvador, El Salvador: Industrial Engi- 
neering; Kappa Sigma, Grand Procurator, Vice President. 

Georgeadam Petino Budd Lake, NJ; Marketing; 4^ E. Sth Street; 
Marketing Club. Investment Club; Newman Society; Jazz Coalition. 



Seniors 371 




Robert ]. Piatt 



Deborah M. Poritz 



Michael G. Poscover Katharine J. Posillico 



Michael B. Potter 



Christopher L. Poggi 




Stephen F. Potter 




Edward R. Pykon 



Marguerite C. Quinn 



Joseph G. Quirk 



Stacey S. Rachlin 



Todd A. Radano 



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Thomas M. Phillips 



Stephen C. Filler, 111. 



Susan C. Pitkin 



Nicole C. Pollaert 



John M. Pollock 



Natalie L. Poppito 



Anne M. Powers 



Dennis B. Price 



Angela J. Prodan 



I 

Pettus - Rangaiah 







Todd D. Ramaly 



Ahmed K. Rana 



Thcjomani Rangaiah 



Cybele Lockhart Pettus Providence, Rl; English: 328 E. Morton Street. 

Robert Maion Phillips White Plains, NY; Economics: Phi Delta Thcta: 

Baifball 

Thomas Matthew Phillips Holliston, MA, Industrial Engineering; 

Lambda Chi Alpha, High Gamma, Low Tau. 

Stephen George Piller, 111 Catasaqua, PA: Environmental Science and 
Resource Management. 

Susan Christine Pitkin Allendale, NJ: Accounting: 315 E. Morton 
Street. 

Robert Joseph PlatI Springtown, PA; Electrical Engineering; Lehigh 
Christian Fellowship; WLVR Campus Radio Station; Tae Kwon Do. 

Christopher Louis Poggi Cresskill, NJ, Industrial Engineering; Brod- 
head; Institute of Industrial Engineers: Fast Break Club. 

Nicole Christine Pollaert Wayne, NJ; Computer Science, Brodhead; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Student Senate; Lehigh Big/Little Sister Program. Stu- 
dent Activities Council, Hogar Crea Tutoring Program; Big Brothers- 
/Big Sisters of the Lehigh Valley. 

John Michael Pollock Cocoa Beach, FL, Finance; 454 Carlton Avenue; 
Senior Class Gift Campaign; Intramural Athletics. 

Natalie L. Poppito Wantagh, NY; Behavioral and Neural Biology; 
Alpha Chi Omega; Psi Chi, Psychology Honor Society; Cross Coun- 
try; Indoor/Outdoor Track, Captain; Choral Union; Freshman Orien- 
tation Staff. 

Deborah Marie Poritz Endwell, NY; Marketing; Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Corresponding Secretary, American Marketing Association: Alpha 
Phi Omega; Marketing Club. 

Michael Gary Poscover St Louis, MO; Urban Studies; Trembley 49. 

Katharine Jessica Posillico Huntington, NY; Marketing: Marketing 
Club; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Michael Baret Potter Madison, NJ; Economics: Delta Phi, Steward; 
Interfraternity Council; Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Stephen Frederick Potter Pittsford, NY; Finance; Kappa Sigma, Alum- 
ni Chairperson; Water Polo Club. 

Anne Melissa Powers Watchung, NJ; International Relations, Alpha 
Omicron Pi; Ski Team, Secretary; S.O.S. Hotline; Lambda Chi Alpha 
Little Sister. 

Dennis Bradley Price Souderton, PA; Computer Science; International 
House, Vice President, International Club; Jazz Coalition; Association 
for Computing Machinery. 

Angela Jean Prodan Shelton, CT; Government; Alpha Omicron Pi. 
Vice President of Pledge Education, Historian; Softball; Pre-Law Soci- 
ety. 

Edward Richard Pykon West Orange, NJ; Accounting/Finance; Delta 
Phi, Intramural Manager, Master of Ceremonies; Investment Club: 
Marketing Club; Boxing Club; WLVR Campus Radio Station 

Marguerite Coan Quinn Sea Isle City, NJ; Industrial Engineering; 
Gamma Phi Beta; Alpha Pi Mu; Varsity Field Hockey: Institute of 
Industrial Engineers: Industrial Engineering Council. 

Joseph G. Quirk Hatfield, PA; Mechanical Engineering; Trembley IS; 
Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Society of Distinguished Collegiate Ameri- 
cans; American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Intramurals. 

Stacey Sue Rachlin Purchase, NY: English; 430 Birkel Avenue: Ten- 
nis; Alpha Chi Omega; Sigma Tau Delta; English Club. 

Todd Anthony Radano Flemington, NJ; Literature: Delta Tau Delta; 
Sigma Tau Delta; Exchange Program to University of Edinburgh, 
Scotland. 

Todd Duane Ramaly Aquashicola. PA: Chemical Engineering: Alpha 

Epsilon Pi. 

Ahmed Kamal Rana Karachi, Pakistan: Industrial Engineering; 432 
Stoneman Street, International Qub; Jazz Coalition; Progressive Stu- 
dent Alliance; Squash Club: Soccer. 

Thejomani Rangaiah Scarsdale, NY; Economics; Kappa Alpha Theta 
Historian, Recording Secretary; Student Activities Council, Film^ 
Public Relations Student Society of America, Treasurer. 



Seniors 373 




Derek L. Rogers 



Richard E. Rohrbach, ]r. 



374 



Elizabeth M. Rich 



Jill E. Ricken 



Kara S. Riehman 



Jeffrey M. Roberts 



Scott A. Robertson 



Edward L. Robinson 



Linda M. Rodriguez Theodore A. Roehrig, Jr. Janet M. Roepke 



Adrienne K. Roland 



Jody E. Rose 



Stacy M. Rosen 



I 

Reboul - Rosen 







William Philip Reboul Chagrin Falls, OH; Economics; Sigma Chi, 
House Manager, Scholarship/Annotalor; Rugby; Street Hockey Club. 

Edward Samuel Regan Fullerton, CA; Electrical Engineering; 524 

Montclair Avenue; Wrestling. 

Jennifer Lee Remington North Caldwell, NJ; Government; Alpha Phi. 

Carlos Ernesto Restrepo San Salvador, El Salvador; Engineering Phys- 
ics; 456 Montclair Avenue. 

Christine Beth Reynolds Boca Raton, FL, Psychology; Alpha Phi; Psi 
Chi Psychology Honor Society. 

Elizabeth Mae Rich Suffern, NY; Economics; Delta Zeta, Activities 
Chairperson; Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; Student Ac- 
tivities Council, President, Student Alumni Relations Committee; 
Economics Society, New Student Orientation Staff 

Jill Ellen Ricken New York, NY; Mathematics; Trembley; Tennis; 
Soccer. 

Kara Susan Riehman Somerville, NJ; Social Relations; Deans List. 

Deborah A. Riley Rockville Centre, NY; Mechanical Engineering; 

Drinker; Society of Women Engineers, American Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers. 

Greg Anthony Riolo Carmel, NY; Economics; Intramurals; Senior 
Class Gift Campaign. 

Benito Rivera Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; Psychology; 536 Hess Street; 
Spanish Club. 

Mierette Rizkalla Pleasantville. NY; Chemical Engineering; 429 E. 
Packer Avenue. American Institute of Chemical Engineers 

Renee A. Rizzo Norwalk, CT; Finance; Alpha Gamma Delta, Ritual 
Chairperson; Financial Aid Scholarship, Cheerleading, Captain; Le- 
high University Christian Fellowship Navigators, Secretary- 
l.C.A.R.E. Program. 

Jeffrey Mark Roberts Wyckoff, NJ; International Business; Theta 
Delta Chi, Historian 

Scott Allan Robertson Easton, PA; Chemical Engineering; Delta Sig- 
ma Phi, President; Crew Club; Cycling Club. 

Edward Lane Robinson Havertown, PA, Industrial Engineering; Delta 
Tau Delta, Treasurer, Asa Packer Society; Industrial Engineering 
Council; Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Joseph Howard Robinson Newtown Square, PA; Theatre; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Rush Chairperson; Lacrosse Club; Mustard and Cheese Dra- 
ma Society. 

Paul Michael Rodgers Pittsburgh, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 454 
Montclair Avenue; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Soci- 
ety of Automotive Engineers; Tutoring. 

Linda Maria Rodriguez Miami, FL; Finance/Germarv Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Rush Counselor, Investment Club, Vice President; Women in 
Business, Executive Council; Marketing Club. 

Theodore A. Roehrig, Jr. Newtown Square, PA; Civil Engineering: 
Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon; Ice Hockey Club; American Society of Civil 
Engineers; Street Hockey Club. 

Janet Mary Roepke Pompton Plains, NJ; Accounting; Taylor College; 
Deans List, Dimension Colorguard, Intramural Sports. 

Derek Lin Rogers Bensalem. PA; Philosophy; 441 Montclair Avenue. 
Varsity Basketball 

Richard Engel Rohrbach, Jr. Cherry Hill, NJ; Finance; Phi Kappa 
Theta, President; Student Government; WLVR Campus Radio Station; 
Finance Club; Newman Council. 

Adrienne Kathleen Roland Barnesville, PA; Marketing; Delta Zeta, 
Chaplain, Social Chairperson, Sigma Tau Delta; Marketing Club; En- 
glish Club; Fast Break Club 

Jody Elise Rose Stamford, CT; Accounting; 421 Montclair Avenue; 
Forum. Student Senate, Chi Phi Little Sisters. 

Stacy Michelle Rosen Short Hills. NJ; Finance; Delta Gamma; Dean's 
List; Senior Class Gift Campaign; Marketing Club. 



Seniors 37' 




Steven J. Rothenberg 



Ilyne R. Rothschild 




Adam F. Rudman 



Pctcr M. Rudman 



Julie E. Rupprecht 



Jeffrey J. Russell 



Peggy A. Ryan 




George N. Saddic 



Sarah A. Salvven 



Susan M. Samson 



Brian Sanders 



Deborah P. Sanders 



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Marjorie H. Ross 



Michelle D. Ross 



William I. Rossi 




Jacques H. Rousseau 



Meghan P. Rowe 



Caryn J. Rubinstein 



Jeffrey L. Rydberg 



David M. Sacks 



Robert D. Sadaty 



Steven M. Saul 



Robert P. Saunderson 



Amy B. Savitsky 





Djmijn Cosmo Rom Ridgewood, NJ; International Relations; Chi Psi. 

F.dwin William Ross, Jr. Villanova. PA. International Business; Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha, Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Marjorie H. Ross Brookline, MA; Biology/French; Kappa Alpha The- 

ta, Social Chairperson, Fraternity Education; Entre Nous: Student 
Health Advisory Committee, Soccer, Dance. 

Michelle Delores Ross Rochester, NY; Management; Umoja House; 
Basketball; Black Student Union; Gospel Choir. 

William T. Rossi White Plains, NY; Material Science and Engineering; 
Delta Sigma Phi; Gryphon Society; Student Materials Society. 

Steven Jay Rothenberg Livingston, NJ; English; Phi Delta Theta, Vice 
President, Sigma Tau Delta. Marketing Club. 

Ilyne Renee Rothschild Rye Brook, NY; Marketing/Finance, Alpha 
Chi Omega, Student Foundation Representative; Women's Soccer; 
Marketing Club. 

Jacques Henri Rousseau Newton, MA; Accounting; Phi Gamma Delta, 

Treasurer, Interfraternity Council, Treasurer, 

Meghan Patricia Rowe Atlanta, GA, English; Delta Zeta; Williams 
Scholar, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities, Sigma Tau Delta, Epitome, Features Editor; Student Serute; 

Forum, Lehigh Tour Guide. 

Caryn Jill Rubinstein Willingboro, NJ; Marketing; 216 E. 5th Street; 
Fast Break Club, Treasurer; Marketing Club; Intramurals. 

Adam Fell Rudman Highland Park, IL; American Studies; 456 Mont- 
clair Avenue; Theta Delia Chi. 

Peler Matthew Rudman Highland Park, IL, Journalism; Theta Delta 
Chi; Varsity Basketball, Captain. 

Julie Elizabeth Rupprecht Maplewood, NJ; Government/Psychology; 
Alpha Phi, Fraternity Trainer; Dean's List; Pre-Law Society; Soccer; 
S-O.S. Hotline; Rush Counselor. 

Jeffrey John Russell East Stroudsburg, PA, Civil Engineering: 333 

Vine Street, Rugby Club. Ski Team- 
Peggy Ann Ryan Rahway, NJ, Mechanical Engineering: Delta Zeta; 
Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Marching 
97; Concert Band, Pep Band; American Society of Mechanical Engi- 
neers, 

Jeffrey Lee Rydberg Princeton Junction, NJ, International Relations; 
Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary; Floor Hockey Club. 

David Mathew Sacks Bryn Mawr, PA; Architecture/Urban Studies; 
Kappa Alpha, Pledge Coordinator; Squash Club; Lehigh University 
Christian Fellowship Navigators; Campus Bands. 

Robert Darius Sadaty Lebanon, NJ, Behavioral and Neural Biology; 
Kappa Alpha, Intramurals Chairperson, Psi Chi, Psychology Honor 
Society, Student Advocacy Committee; Brown and White. 

George N. Saddle Voorhees, NJ; Biology; Alpha Sigma Phi, Social 
Chairperson. 

Sarah A. Salwen Schenectady, NY; Electrical Engineering. 

Susan Marie Samson Farmington, CT; Accounting; Gamma Phi Beta; 
Swim Team, Captain; Lehigh University Volunteers; Senior Class 

Social Committee. 

Brian Sanders Lakewood, NJ; Mechanical Engirwering; Phi Kappa Psi, 
President, Vice President; American Society of Mecharucal Engineers; 
Hillel Society. 

Deborah Page Sanders Camp Hill. PA; Economics/English; Sigma Tau 
Delta. Economics Society, Vice President; Gryphon Society, Secretary: 
English Honor Society. 

Steven Marc Saul Scotch Plains, NJ; Marketing; Phi Gamma Delta. 
Recording Secretary, Pledge Educator; Brown and White, Sports Writ- 



Robert Patrick Saunderson Union, NJ; Chemical Engineering, Tremb- 
ley 13; Tau Beta Pi. American Institute of Chemical Engineers, March- 
ing 97. 

Amy Beth Savitsky North Salem, NY; Social Relations; 425 Brighton 
Street, Hall President: Lacrosse; Equestrian Club; Pre-Law Club. 



Seniors 377 




Bryant C. Saydah 



Nancy M. Sayre 



Michele M. Scaringella 



Barry R. Schacffer 



Todd B. Schanzlin 




Laura M. Schifflin 



Jennifer A. Schindler 



Donna M. Schmidt 



Laura M. Schmicder Joseph F. Schneider, III 




Jeffrey R. Schult 



William Schultz 



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Saydah - Schwartz 




Julia D. Schdrankov 



Paul M. Schauder 



Caria M. Schiff 




Heidi A. Schoenfeld 



J. Dobson Schofield 



Eric T. Scholl 




Corey B. Schreiber 



Ofira Schribman 



David A. Schuchardt 




Joanna Shuman 



H. Wesley Schwandt 



Kimberly A. Schwartz 



Bryant Gilbert Saydah TenaFly, Nj, Finance; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush 
Chairperson, Social Chairperson, Rugby Club. 

Nancy Marie Sayre Stony Point, NY, Psychology; Gamma Phi Beta, 
Social Chairperson, Cross Country, Captain; Indoor/Outdoor Track; 
Lehigh University Volunteers, President; Newman Council. 

Michele Marie Scaringella New Hyde Park, NY; Accounting; Delta 
Zeta, Recording Secretary. Gryphon Society; Student Activities Coun- 
cil, Lehigh University Volunteers; Lehigh Big/Little Sister Program. 

Barry Robert Schaeffer Madison, NJ; Electrical Engineering; 817 Carl- 
ton Avenue; Tau Beta Pi. Phi Eta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu; Institute of 

Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 

Todd Byron Schanzlin Pennington, NJ; Electrical Engineering; Phi 

Gamma Delta, Historian, House Manager; Ski Team. 

Julia Diane Scharankov Tenafly, NJ, French; Alpha Phi, Dean's List; 

Departmental Honors, Lehigh Study Abroad Program; French Club; 
Ambassadors Club, Challenge for Success Program. 

Paul Michael Schauder New Canaan. CT; History; Pi Lambda Phi, 
Athletic, Rush; Hockey Club; American Studies Club. 

CarIa Michele Schiff Brooklyn, NY; Government; 488 Birkel Avenue; 
College Democrats, Vice President; Hillel Society. 

Laura Margaret Schifflin Falls Church, VA; Finance. 

Jennifer Anne Schindler New York, NY. Government/French; Alpha 

Phi, Pre Law Society. French Club, Brown and White. 

Donna M. Schmidt Somerset, NJ; Civil Engineering; Alpha Chi Ome- 

gd, Chi Epsilon; Equestrian Club. 

Laura Mary Schmieder Hartsville, SC; Marketing; 421 Webster Street; 
Delta Zeta, Enrichment Chairperson; Marketing Club; Lehigh Univer- 
sity Volunteers; Forum. 

Joseph Francis Schneider III Basking Ridge, NJ; Electrical Engineer- 
ing, Chi Phi, Social Chairperson; Lehigh Marching 97; Choral Union; 

The Crowd. 

Heidi Ann Schoenfeld Skillman, NJ, Biology; 531 Carlton Avenue; 
Chi Phi Little Sisters, Pledge Master, Historian; Wind Ensemble; Brass 

Ensemble. 

J. Dobson Schofield Philadelphia, PA; Mechanical Engineering; Sigma 

Phi, House Manager. 

Eric Thomas Scholl Bethlehem, PA, English Literature; Taylor Col- 
lege; Williams Prize Winner; Mountain Under the Star; Science Fic- 
tion/Fantasy Club; Russian Club- 
James Michael Schray Bethlehem, PA. Civil Engineering and Applied 

Science, Delta Sigma Phi; Chi Epsilon; Gryphon; Gymnastics. 

Michael Louis Schreder Lancaster, PA; Mechanical Engineering; Delta 
Chi. Pledge Master. House Manager. 

Corey Beth Schreiber Oceanport, NJ; Economics; 440 Birkel Avenue; 
Alpha Phi; International Economics Honor Society; Dean's List; Pre- 
Law Society; Brown and While. 

Ofira Schribman Staten Island, NY; International Relations; 219 E. 
5th Street. 

David Albert Schuchardt Cambridge, MD; Electrical Engineering; 
Delta Chi; Air Force ROTC; WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Jeffrey R. Schult East Rutherford, NJ; Social Relations; Delu Upsilon, 

Pledge Master; Football, 

William Schultz Pelham, NH, Accounting; Trembley 49. 

Joanna Shuman Falls Chuch, VA; English; Public Relations Student 

Society of America; English Club. 

Hugh Wesley Schwandt Wilmington, DE; Finance, Alpha Chi Rho; 
Baseball; Brown and White. Photo Editor. 

Kimberly Ann Schwartz Allentown, PA; Economics; Alpha Omicron 
Pi. House Manager, Omicron Delta Epsilon. Deans List; Outstanding 
College Students of America; Junior Class Vice President, Beta Theta 
Pi Little Sister; Alumni Fund Volunteer; Big/Xiltle Sister Program; 
Intramural Athletic Program. 



Seniors 379 




Susan A. Separk 



Mark A. Scuntjens 




Daniel ]. Sheehan 



Jean M. Sheehan 



Amy E. Shepherd 



Dipti P. Sheth 



Eric J. Siegler 



David P. Sievers 



Lisa A. Silver 



Jay K. Silverslein 



Elizabeth A. Short 




William J. Silverton 



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Evan G. Segal 



Robyn S. Segal 



Meredith L. Seigle 



Greg M. Shanken Wendy R. Shapss 



William ]. Sheahan 



Joseph W. Shunk 



Maria S. Siclare 



Richard J. Sides 



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Karen L. Silvius 



Joel B. Simberg 



Katharine C. Simmons 



Todd D. Schwartz Rydal, PA; Biology: Pi Kappa Alpha; Indoor/Out- 
door Track; Ski Club; HiUel Society; Biology Club; Pre-Med Society. 

Russell D. Scott IV. Marshalls Creek, PA; Civil Engineering; Sigma 

Phi Epsilon 

Evan Grant Segal Ardmore, PA, Marketing; 414 Martel Street; Sigma 
Alpha Mu, Pledge Master; Visiting Lecturers Committee; Brown and 
White. 

Robyn Sue Segal Martinsville, NJ; Marketing; Marketing Club; Class 
of 1990 Committee, Special Projects Committee. 

Meredith Leslie Seigle Newton, PA; International Relations; Alpha 
Phi, Assistant Steward, Deans List; Student Activities Council, Vice 
Chairperson; Brown and White, Layout Editor. 

Susan Alice Separk W Springfield, Ma; Mathematics; New Student 
Orientation; Common Denominator; Lehigh BigAittle Sister Pro- 
gram. 

Mark A. Seunljens Wayzata, MN; Industrial Engineering/Economics; 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Cross Country; Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field. 

Greg Marc Shanken Spring House, PA; Marketing; Pi Lambda Phi. 

Wendy R. Shapss East Northport, NY; Accounting/Marketing; Delta 
Zeta, Treasurer, Greek Week Coordinator; Campus Tour Guide. 

William J. Sheahan Naperville, IL; Finance; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secre- 
tary, Calendar Chairperson, House Manager, Pledge Trainer; WLVR 
Campus Radio Station; Jazz Coalition. 

Daniel James Sheehan Matawan, NJ; Electrical Engineering; Richards 

424; Ultimate Frisbee. 

Jean Marie Sheehan Manalapan, NJ; Mathematics/Economics; Delta 

Zeta, Assistant Pledge Educator; Newman Council. 

Amy Elizabeth Shepherd Wilmette, IL; Psychology; 218 E. Sth Street; 
Lehigh University Volunteers; Big/Little Sister Program of the Lehigh 
Valley; Theta Chi Little Sisters. 

Dipti Pravin Sheth Morris Plains, NJ; Accounting; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Vice President, Scholarship; Beta Alpha Psi; Class of 1990 
Committee; Forum; Lehigh University Volunteers; New Student Ori- 
entation; Alpha .Phi Omega; Women Involved in Student Education 

Elizabeth Ann Short Doylestown, PA; Marketing/Management: Al- 
pha Phi, President, Panhellenic Vice President. 

Joseph William Shunk Bethlehem, PA; Industrial Engineering; Delta 

Upsilon, Alumni Representative; Tau Beta Pi; Alpha Pi Mu; Football; 
United Way Big Brother; Institute of Industrial Engineers. 

Maria Susan Siclare Warren, NJ; Accounting; 207 E. Sth Street; Uhigh 
University Volunteers; Marketing Club. 

Richard J. Sides Allison Park, PA; Computer Engineering; 212 E 

Morton Street; Phi Eta Sigma; Cross Country; Indoor/Outdoor Track 
and Field; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 

Eric Jay Siegler Parsippany, NJ; Marketing; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Presi- 
dent; Marketing Club, Vice President. 

David Paul Sievers Kennett Square, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President. 

Lisa Ann Silver Cherry Hill. NJ; Finance; Alpha Chi Omega, Vice 
President, Chapter Relations; Epitome; Investment Club; Lehigh Big- 
/Little Sister Program. 

Jay K. Silverstein Old Bridge, NJ; Biology; Sigma Alpha Mu 

William Joseph Silverton West Hartford, CT; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. Kappa Sigma, President, Treasurer; Ski Club; American Society of 

Mechanical Engineers. 

Karen Louise Silvius Lancaster, PA; Government; Drinker; English 
Honor Society; Alpha Phi Omega; Women Involved in Student Educa- 
tion. 

Joel Barry Simberg Scotch Plains, NJ; Marketing; Sigma Alpha Mu; 
1987-88 Class President; Student Activities Council, Vice President, 
Films Co-Chairperson. 

Katharine Carmichael Simmons Newton, MA; Psychology; 21 E. 4th 

Street, Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society. 



Seniors 381 




Robert T. Simons 



Douglas E. Singer Maurice L. Sipos 



David R. Siwinski 



Brett A. Skolnik 




Raymond T. Smith Thomas W. Smith 



Toni L. Smith 



Brian ]. Snyder 



Jay A. Snyder 




Bryan D. Sleingard Timothy E. Stenger 



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Barry W. Smith 



Carolyn E. Smith 



Ehsa D. Smith 




Susan B. Snyder 



Linda B. Sommer 



Nicole E. Sordi 




Susan L. Stansfield 



Lisa M. Starr 



Jeffrey A. Stein 




Timothy A. Stephenson 



Claire M. Steppan 



Jennifer L. Stone 



Robert Thomas Simons Lancaster, PA; Mechanical Engineering; Delta 

Chi; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma. 

Douglas E. Singer Lebanon, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 617 Mont- 
clair Avenue; Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Beta 
Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society o. Automotive 
Engineers; Lehigh Ultimate Frisbee Team. 

Maurice L Sipos Heidelberg, West Germany, Psychology; Theta [Delta 
Chi, Corresponding Secretary; ROTC; Scabbard and Blade Honor 
Society, Association of United States Army. 

David Richard Siwinski Philadelphia, PA; Chemical Engineering, 
Kappa Alpha, Intramural Director, Intrafraternity Council, Chairper- 
son, Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Outstanding College Students of 
America; New Student Orientation; Community Relations Represen- 
tative; American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 

Brett Alexander Skolnik Chestnut Ridge, NY; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairperson, Social Chairperson; Pi Tau 
Sigma, Mechanical Engineering Honor Society. 

Barry Wayne Smith Coopersburg, PA; Economics; Alpha Tau Omega, 
President, Rugby Club, Boxing Club. 

Carolyn Elizabeth Smith Toms River, NJ; English; Sigma Tau Delta. 

Elisa Dawn Smith Irvington, VA; Finance, Gamma Phi Beta; Sailing 

Club; Marketing Club; Class of 1990, Fund Raiser. 

Raymond Thomas Smith Princeton Junction, NJ; Finance; Theta Del- 
ta Chi. 

Thomas William Smith Huntington Valley, PA; Electrical Engineer- 
ing, Drinker; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Presi- 
dent. 

Toni Lynne Smith Rumson, NJ, Marketing; Alpha Phi, Steward, 
Assistant House Manager. 

Brian John Snyder New Providence, Nj, International Careers/Busi- 
ness, Theta Delta Chi, Rush Chairperson; Marketing Club. 

Jay Alan Snyder New Cumberland, PA; Electrical Engineering; Tau 

Epsilon Phi, Chaplain; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engi- 
neers. 

Susan Brennan Snyder New Canaan, CT; Psychology; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, House Manager; Choir. 

Linda Beth Sommer Short Hills, NJ; Management; 425 Webster Street; 
Epitome, Business Staff; Marketing Club; Lehigh University BigA.it- 
tle Sister Program. 

Nicole Elizabeth Sordi Centerport, NY; English; Alpha Phi, Steward; 

Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Paul Todd Spinello Stirling, NJ; Computer Science/Cognitive Science; 
Grypon Society; Brown and White. 

Mats Ulf Stahlkrantz Scottsdale, AZ; Industrial Engineering; Tau 
Epsilon Phi, House Manager, Outing Club; Scuba Club; Institute of 

Industrial Engineers. 

Susan Lynn Stansfield Pompton Plains. NJ, Accounting; Taylor Col- 
lege, Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamm<i Sigma; Equestrian Club; Dimension 
Indoor Colorguard; Investment Club; Choral Union. 

Lisa Meryl Starr Clifton Park, NY; Industrial Engineering; 565 Hill- 
side Avenue, 

Jeffrey A. Stein New York, NY; Finance; Theta Chi, Assistant Trea- 
surer; Investment Club; Marketing Club; Student Activities Council. 

Bryan David Sleingard Hamden, CT; Mechanical Engineering; Pi Tau 
Sigma; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, WLVR Campus 
Radio Station; Jazz Coalition. 

Timothy Edward Stenger St. Joseph, MI; Economics; Pi Kappa Alpha, 
President, Rush Chairperson. 

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Timothy Adam Stephenson Cherry Hill, NJ; Theatre; 411 Pawnee 
Street; Mustard and Cheese Drama Society. 

Claire Monica Steppan Lawrence, I^; Biochemistry; 424 Birkel Ave- 
nue; American Chemical Society; Spanish Club; Lehigh University 
Volunteers; Intramurals. 

Jennifer Louise Stone Cheshire, CT; Mechanical Engineering, 305 Van 
Buren Street, American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of 
Women Engineers; Outing Club. 



Seniors 383 




Deborah L. Studer 



Sally W. Stump 




Rcbckah Y. Tannen 



Elizabeth L. Tatem 



Michele E. Taub 



Patricia Tedesco 



Dawn L. Terzian 



Stone - Thompson 




Lynnc M. Strain 



Holly A. Strey 



David A. Strom 




Megan K. Sullivan 



William C. Sumi 



Peter D. Supron 




Catherine M. Tabor 



Leon ]. Taiman 



Mark ]. Tamaro 



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iiJiife 




Lance A. Thoct 



Dilip A. Thomas 



Paul S. Thompson 



Terence Edward Stone West Hartford, CT; Accounting; 452 Carllon 

Avenue, Sigma Chi, 

David Churchill Stothoff Flemington, Nj; Accounting; Chi Psi, Secre- 
tary. 

Lynne Marie Strain Bound Brook, N]; Civil Engineering; 21 E, 4th 
Street; Chi Epsiion, Student/Faculty Interaction Committee, Women 
Involved in Student Education; Society of Women Engineers. 

Holly Ann Strey Livingston, Nj; Chemical Engineering; Kappa Alpha 
Theta, Scholarship Chairperson, Parliamentarian. American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers, Secretary; Society of Womei. Engineers, Secre- 
tary; New Student Orientation. 

David Allan Strom Oceanside, NY; Mechanical Engineering; Sigma 

Alpha Mu, House Manager, Steward. 

Deborah Lynne Studer Flemington, NJ; Economics/International 
Business; Gamma Phi Beta, Lehigh University Volunteers, President. 

Sally Withrington Stump Sydney, Australia; Electrical Engineering; 
Gamma Phi Beta, Treasurer, Marketing Club; Sailing Club. 

Megan Kissane Sullivan Chagrin Falls, OH; Accounting/Economics; 
423 Webster Street; Rainforest Action Group; Earth Day; Accounting 
Club, Marketing Club; Progressive Student Alliance; Epitome. 

William Carl Sumi Bethel, CT, Math; Chi Psi, House Manager; Varsi- 
ty Swim Team; Volleyball, 

Peter David Supron Galion, OH; Electrical Engineering; Brodhead; 
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 

Wendy June Suter Sarasota, FL; Social Relations, 421 Montclair Ave- 
nue, Student Activities Council, President, Publicity Chairperson; 
Council of Student Presidents, Public Relations Student Society of 
America, President, Agency Manager; Forum, Assignment and Recog- 
nition Committee, Community Relations Committee, Off Campus 
Student Representative; New Student Orientation; Progressive Stu- 
dent Alliance; Chi Phi Little Sisters, Social Chairperson, Historian; 
Delt^ Zeta, Activities Chairperson. 

Timothy Patrick Svanson Green Lane, PA; Accounting; Phi Gamma 
Delta 

Matthew Thomas Svoboda Smilhtown, NY. Business Finance, 496 
First Terrace; Marching 97, 

Kelly Maureen Swanson Portsmouth, RI; Psycholo^' Alpha Gamma 
Delta; Gryphon Society. 

John Kent Sweet Old Tappan, NJ; Accounting; Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Treasurer; Beta Alpha Psi; Football 

Catherine M. Tabor Bethlehem, PA; Architecture; American Institute 
of Architecture Students; University Orchestra; Philosophy Club. 

Leon James Taiman Lima, Peru; Computer Science; Chi Phi. Intramu- 
ral Manager; WLVR Campus Radio Station. 

Mark Joseph Tamaro Leonia, Nj; Civil Engineering; Delta Upsilon, 
Vice President, Secretary; American Society of Civil Engineers, Vice 

President. 

Rebekah Y. Tanncn Edison, NJ; Biochemistry; 203 E. 5th Street; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; American Chemical Society. 

Elizabeth Lee Tatem Portsmouth. RI; Electrical Engineering; Delta 
ZeU. 

Michele Elise Taub Howell. NJ; Economics; 615 Montclair Avenue; 
Omicron Delta Epsiion, International Economics Honor Society; 
Women's Softball; Investment Club. 

Patricia Tedesco Valley Stream. NY; Architecture/Urban Studies; 4S8 
Birkel Avenue. Chi Delphia. American Institute of Architecture Stu- 
dents, New Student Orientation. 

Dawn Lee Tertian Weston, CT; Finance; Trembley; Financial Man- 
agement Association; Armenian Club, Secretary. 

Lance Albert Thoet Garden City. NY; Finance; Theta Chi, Social 
Chairperson; Lehigh Tour Guide. 

Dilip A. Thomas Dix Hills. NY; Pre-Medical Science; 454 Carlton 

Avenue. Dravo. Treasurer; Phi Beta Kappa; Intramural Sports. 

Paul Scott Thompson Bryn Mawr, PA; Finance; Theta Xi, Social Chair- 
person; Investment Club- 



Seniors 385 




Paal E. Thorsen 



Patricia A. Tierney 



Steven M. Tierney 



Michael W. Toffel 



Peter W. Tomfohrdc 




Elizabeth F. Virginia 



Anthony F. Viticllo 



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Thorsen - Wainwright 




Theodore T. Touloukian 



Carolyn S. Townsend 



Andrea R. Trapnell 




Maria G. Valiaveedan 



Donee L. Van Fleet 



Renee A. Vecere 




Richard Verma 



Judy A. Vervoort 



Mary E. Viechnicki 




Jovan P. Vojvodic 



Amy E, Wagner 



Mark R. Wainwright 



Paal Eric Thorsen Oslo, Norway; Marketing; Thela Delta Chi, Rush 
Chairperson, Social Chairperson; Soccer. 

Patricia Ann Tiemey Central Valley, NY; Computer Science; Drinker; 
Softball. 

Steven Michael Tiemey Hackettstown, NJ, Finance; 426 E. 5th Street. 

Michael Wayne Toffel White Plains. NY; Government; Delu Tau 
Delta, President; Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega; Gryphon 
Society, Training Program, Selection Committee. 

Peter W. Tomfohrde Kinnelon, NJ, Finance/Marketing; 456 Mont- 

clair Avenue; Debate Team; Marketing Club. 

Theodore Todd Touloukian Woodbridge, CT; Architecture; Alpha 
Tau Omega, Social Chairperson, Baseball; American Institute of Ar- 
chitecture Students, Senior Class Gift Campaign. 

Carolyn S. Townsend Wethersfield, CT; Finance, Chi Phi Little Sis- 
ters; Investment Club. 

Andrea Renee Trapnell Falls Church, VA; International Relations; 
German House, Vice President; Outstanding College Students; Epit- 
ome, Features Editor; WLVR Campus Radio Station, French Club. 

David C. Tratner Northport, NY; Journalism; Phi Delta Theta, Trea- 
surer, Steward; Order of Omega; Interfraternity Council, Secretary; 
WLVR Campus Radio Station, Sports Director; Brown and White, 
Sports Editor, Fast Break Club. 

Lauren Nicole Tuchin Ridgewood, NJ; Psychology; Taylor College; 
Dean's List, Psi Chi, Psychology Honor Society; Residence Halls 

Council, Secretary; Lehigh Big/Little Sister Program. 

Gregory Lester Tyler Little Falls, NJ; Finance; Lehigh Towers; Beta 
Gamma Sigma, National Business Honor Society; Financial Manage- 
ment Association, Crew Club; Wind Ensemble; Jazz Ensemble; Brass 
Quintet; Jazz Quintet, Choral Union, Lehigh University Very Modern 
Ensemble. 

Jonathan D. Ullman Pittsburgh, PA; International Relations/Journa- 
lism; Grypon Society; Debate Team; Brown and White; WLVR Cam- 
pus Radio Station. ' 

Amy S. Urwiler Mertztown, PA; Civil Engineering; Alpha Gamma 
Delta, Treasurer. 

Maria G. Valiaveedan Freehold, NJ; Marketing; Alpha Gamma Delta, 
Corresponding Secretary; Marketing Club; Investment Club; Peer 

Counseling. 

Donee Lynn Van Fleet Dalton, PA; Psychology; Brodhead; Field 

Hockey; Softball; Equestrian Club, 

Renee Andrea Vecere Pennington, NJ; Marketing; Marketing Club; 
American Marketing Association; New Student Orientation Staff; 
Dance Club. 

Michael David Vendura McAdoo. PA; Industrial Engineering; 411 
Webster Street; Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu; Crew Team; Tae Kwon Do. 

Karin Michele Verkooyen Shrewsbury, NJ; Marketing; Alpha Phi; 
Marketing Club. 

Richard Verma Johnstown, PA; Industrial Engineering; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Alumni Affairs Director, Ice Hockey Club; Senior Class, Presi- 
dent; Air Force ROTC; Industrial Engineering Council. 

Judy Anne Vervoorl Glen Rock, NJ; Art; 646 Ridge Street; Lehigh 
University Volunteers; Lehigh Big/Little Sister Program. 

Mary Elizabeth Viechnicki Allenlown, PA; International Relations- 
/French; Gamma Phi Beta; 547 Hillside Avenue; French Club; L'Al- 
liance Franqoise. 

Elizabeth Frances Virginia Fair Haven, NJ; History; 562 Hillside Ave- 
nue; Gamma Phi Beta, Standards Chairperson; [>iving. 

Anthony Francis Vitiello Harrington Park, NJ; History; Sigma Phi, 
Treasurer; Phi Alpha Theta; Interfraternity Council, Judiciary Com- 
mittee. 

Jovan P. Vojvodic Houston, TX; Finance; Alpha Chi Rho, Rush Chair- 
person; Dean's List. 

Amy Elizabeth Wagner Kingston, PA; Behavioral and Neural Biology; 
Delta Gamma, Foundation Chairperson; Lehigh University Volun- 
teers; Peer Counselor; Epitome, Photography; Allied Health Profes- 
sions, Chairperson. 

Mark Richard Wainwright Boylston, MA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Trembley 47; Senior Executive Committee; Sailing Club; Ski Club; 
Society of Automotive Engineers; American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. 



Seniors 387 




Todd M. VValzer 



Josephine C. Wang 




Eric A. Waxman 



Danielle M. Weiner 



Melinda A. Weinkam 



Kenneth R. Werner 



Eric K. Wertz 




Amy M. Wilkowe 



Laura E. Willensky 



Anthony L. Williams, IV. 



Charles P. Wilson 



Joshua K. Wilson 



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Robert William Wainwrighl, Jr. Bridle, NJ; Biology, Trembley, 
Gryphon; Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field; Gryphon Society; Mus- 
tard and Cheese Drama Society; Biology Club. 

John Adam Walicki Smithtown, NY; Electrical Engineering; Alpha 
Sigma Phi, House Manager, Alumni Newsletter Editor, Institute of 
Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 

Nancy Lee Walker Smithtown, NY; Finance; Alpha Omicron Pi; Vol- 
leyball 

Jamie Wallace Bayport, NY, Finance; 435 Montclair Avenue; Delta 
Zeta; Epitome, Academics Editor; Freshman Orientation; Chi Delphia. 

Michael Daniel Walsh Pittsburgh, PA; Civil Engineering; Delta Upsi- 
lon. President; Football; American Society of Civil Engineering, Presi- 
dent. 

Todd Matthew Walzer Middlebury, CT; Accounting; Sigma Phi, Vice 
President. 

Josephine Chian-Ju Wang Gladwyne, PA. Accounting; 541 Vera Cir- 
cle; Marketing Club, Chinese Student Club; Cultural Exchange Com- 
mittee; East Asian Society. 

John Arthur Ward, IV. Barrington, IL; Economics; Alpha Tau Omega; 
Football. 

Robert Wallingford Waring, III Allentown, PA; Accounting; 454 Carl- 
ton Avenue; Wilbur Drama Workshop: Intramurals. 

Kevin Patrick Walters Langhorne, PA; Finance; Theta Chi, Pledge 
Marshal; Scholastic All American; Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field; 
Residence Halls Council. 

Eric Alan Waxman Rosemonl, PA; Psychology; Sigma Alpha Mu, 
Scholarship Chairperson; The Crowd; Jazz Band 

Danielle Mara Wciner Totowa, NJ; International Relations; 412 Jack- 
son Street; Alpha Gamma Delta; Peer Counselor, Rush Counselor. 

Mclinda Anne Weinkam Oakland, NJ; Philosophy/Classical Civili- 
zations; Alpha Gamma Delta; Pre-Law Society, President; Omicron 
Delta Kappa, President; Judicial Advocacy, Chairperson, Order of 
Omega. 

Kenneth Richard Werner Clayton, MO; Finance; Alpha Sigma Phi. 

Eric Knudecn Wertz York, PA; Accounting/Finance; Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Rush Chairperson; Rugby: Intramurals; Finance Club: New 
Student Orientation, Tour Guide. 

Caroline Sara West Pittsburgh, PA; Journalism/International Rela- 
tions; 225 Summit Street, Honors in International Relations; Williams 
Scholarship: Brown and White, Editor in Chief. 

Kathleen M. Whelan Syracuse, NY; Neurobiology/Psychology. 

Loretta Ann Whelan Bala Cynwyd, PA; Chemical Engineering; 450 
Montclair Avenue; Cross Country; Indoor/ Outdoor Track and Field, 
Assistant Equipment Manager: New Student Orientation: American 
Institute of Chemical Engineers: Society of Women Engineers: Eucha- 
ristic Minister: Lehigh Alumni Fund Volunteer. 

Amy Michcle Wilkowe Union, NJ; Civil Engineering: Delta Zeta, 
Scholarship Chairperson; Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon; 
American Society of Civil Engineers; Epitome; Women Involved in 
Student Education. 

Laura Erin Willensky Scranton, PA; Accounting: Delta Gamma, So- 
cial Chairperson. 

Anthony Lawrence Williams, IV. Basking Ridge, NJ: Electrical Engi- 
neering; Delta Phi. 

Charles Patrick Wilson Montreal, Canada: Electrical Engineers: Sigma 
Phi. 

Joshua K. Wilson West Caldwell, NJ; Journalism/Science Wrinng. 
428 Birkel Avenue: WLVR Campjis Radio Station; Brown and White. 

Leonard Bruce Wilson Parsippany, NJ; Computer Science: Sigma Nu, 
Phi Eta Sigma. 

Robin Renee Wilson Irvington. NJ: Chemical Engineering; American 
Institute of Chemical Engineers: Classical Ballet Club; Cheerleading: 
Black Student Union. 

Kristen Brookes Wingfield Pompano Beach, R; Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, Delta Gamma, Historian, Activities Chairperson; R Tau Sigma: 
Intramural Sports Photographer; Bethlehem Shelter Vdunteer. 



Leonard B. Wilson 



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Jennifer J. Wynett 



Naoki Yamaguchi 



Robert C. Yankovich 



Stephen C. Yaros 



Barbara L. Yingling 




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Steven S. Wood 



Chai W. Wu 



Jane J. Wu 




Lisa A. Yoder 



Laura M. Young 



Davin L. Yuknis 




Kirk E. Yurchak 



Darcy H. Zajacek 



Michael B. Zaiegowski 




Karen M. Zarzecznv 



Steven A. Zindel 



Bradley L. Zizmor 



Robert Madison Winkler Bangor, PA; Electrical Engineering; 817 

Carlton Avenue, Army ROTC 

Jayme D. Wiseman Wanlagh, NY, Behavioral/Neural Biology; Delta 
Zeta, P-ii Chi, Psychology Honor Society. 

Jennifer Ann Wolland Westhampton Beach, NY; Finance; Montclair 
Avenue, Financial Management Association; Lehigh University Vol- 
unteers, Student Activities Council. 

Bradley Allen Wood New Providence, NJ; Civil Engineering; Tremb- 
ley 15, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon; Gryphon Society; Choir. 

Christina Michele Wood Sudbury, MA; International Careers; Alpha 
Gamma Delta, Social Chairperson, Ski Team; Newman Council; New 
Student Orientation, Alpha Phi Omega. 

Steven Stansbury Wood Mechanicsburg, PA; Chemical Engineering; 
454 Carlton Avenue; Student Associate Martindale Center; Crew Club; 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers 

Chai Wah Wu Curacao, Netherlands, Computer Engineering; 456 
Montclair, Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Epsilon 
Sigma. 

Jane Jia-Chiann Wu Honoululu, HI; Pre-Medical Science. 

Jennifer Julie Wynetl Roslyn, NY, Accounting; Alpha Phi, Internal 
Social, 

Naoki Yamaguchi Allendale, NJ; Management; Delta Sigma Phi, Ser- 
geant at Arms, Physical Therapy Assistant. 

Robert Charles Yankovich Bethlehem, PA; Computer Science; 750 E. 
4th Street. 

Stephen Craig Yaros Cape Charles, VA, Marketing; Theta Xi, Presi- 
dent; Freshman Honor Society; Marketing Club. 

Barbara L Yingling Berkeley Heights, NJ, Accounting; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi; Beta Alpha Psi, Lehigh Tour Guide. 

Lisa Ann Yoder Glenside, PA; Electrical Engineering; 431 E. 5'h Street; 
Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi; Delta Zeta; Society of Women Engineers; 
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers; Lehigh University 
Volunteers. 

Laura Marie Young Franklin Lakes, NJ; Civil Engineering; 646 Ridge 
Street; Chi Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers; Lehigh Big- 
/Little Sister Program, Lehigh University Volunteers. 

Davin L Yuknis Bethlehem, PA; Electrical Engineering; Phi Gamma 
Delta, House Manager. 

Kirk E. Yurchak Bethlehem, PA; Computer Science; 411 Webster 
Street: Association for Computing Machinery; Lehigh University 
Computing Club. 

Darcy Helen Zajacek Devon, PA; International Relations; Alpha Om- 
icron Pi, Scholarship Chairperson; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities; French Club; Alliance Franqoise; 
Crew Club. 

Michael Brien Zaiegowski Shillington, PA; Mechanical Engineering; 
Kappa Sigma, House Manager. 

Karen M. Zarzeczny Titusville, NJ; Accounting; 451 Webster Street; 
Marketing Club; Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Student Sub- 
committee. 

Steven Allen Zindel Maplewood, NJ; Industrial Engineering; Psi Up- 
silon. Vice President, Steward, Interfraternity Council; Community 
Relations Housing Committee. 

Bradley Lawrence Zizmor Scarsdale, NY; Architecture; Sigma Alpha 
Mu, Vice Prior; Phi Eta Sigma; American Institute of Architecture 
Students; Ice Hockey Club. 



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Sulaiman Abdul Ghanl 
Arun Cbhotelal Aggarwal 
Edward David Allen 
David Walker Amidon 
Thomas Wellington Anderson 
William Scott Armstrong 
Kevin Joseph Baker 
Hugo F. Barth 
Douglas Allen Barthold 
Regina Ann Beck 
Richard D. Bell 
Eric Brian Benson 
Donald R. Bernick 
Wayne Lee Bethea 
Charles John Beyrent 
Heidi Lee Blaivas 
Yolanda Shanell Blakeney 
Jay H. Bluestine 
Peter Copeland Borneman 
William Manning Bornman 
Jason Neil Boyer 
John Anthony Cabezas 
Thomas Vincent Campo 
Andrew Laird Casolini 
Philip Christopher Champagne 
Spencer Clay Chesman 
Nina Ann Chomak 
Katherine Alice Cohee 
Courtney Ann Cotter 
Thomas Sheridan Coursen, HI 
Robert Charles Craig 
Brian H. Cuff 
Christopher W. Davis 
Edward Philip Dawe 
Scott Thomas Decelles 
David Erik Deulsch 
Carl F. Dicker, Jr 
Mark Michael Didonato 
Helen Dawn Duly 
Philip Gerard Dunston 
Michael Eckmann 
Ricole Allison Edwards 
David J. Eisenmenger 
Benito Rivera Ellsworth 
Ali Salt Erkan 
Sean Patrick Fagan 
Jeanmarie C Fehrman 
Todd Christopher Ferber 
Matthew Ferrell 
David C Finnerty 
Douglas Montgomery Ford 
Scott Michael Foster 
Jonathan Daniel Fox 
Hal Andrew Frasch 
Elizabeth Kelly Furst 
John L. Gardiner 
Robert Charles Gaydos 
Steven Gershenfeld 
Lori Ann Getts 
Louis Michael Giacobbi 
George Thomas Gillen 
Peter Rene Giovale 
Armand Francies Girard 
James McClain Glazebrook 
Jonathan Brian Glennon 
Robert Richard Glennon 
Edward Curtis Gliot 
Bruce Henry Goldfeder 
Steven H. Goldstein 
Anthony Lewis Gray 
Jacob H. Greene 



Members Of The 
Class Of 1990 
Not Pictured 



David A. Groo 
Jean Marie Gumpper 
Heather A. Hagen 
Matthew Lloyd Haisten 
Amy Meredith Hale 
David Martin Hano 
Sean Michael Hart 
John Bennett Helmich 
Robert J. Hemsing 
David Alan Hess 
Mark Allen Holdsworth 

Young Kook Hong 
Stacia E. Horvath 
Bradley K. Ingersoll 
Bradley Roy Jacoby 
Bindy Philip James 
Kathleen Jean Januszewski 
Henry E. Jenkins 
Gordon Frederick Johnson 

William Griffith Jones, Jr 

Mark J. Jordan 

Michael A. P. Jordan 
Arjun Vikram Kaji 

Patricia Elsa Karg 

Michael H. Kazigian 

Thomas John Kelleher 

Christopher Washburn Kelsey 

Francis Xavier Kerr, III 

Michael Brian Kirchner 

Michael T Kirkpa trick 

Darren Jason Klem 

Michael Erich Kondritz 

Dorothy Elizabeth Kruglick 

Patricia Louise Larkin 

James Shu-Lei Lee 

Matthew Anthony Leone 

Daniel Curtis Lewis 

Jeffrey William Lindley 

Albert Bruce LiVecchi 

Edward Anthony Lopez 

Kenneth Charles MacLaren 

Christian Damon Malesic 

Dawn B. Manicke 

Richard Joseph Massary 

Michael Robert Matejko 

Anthony Joseph Math 

Michael Peter Matonis 

Richard Matto 

Richard Alan Mauren 

William Lawrence McCarthy 

Francis Scott McGarvey 

Michael Patrick McMahon 

Michael John McNally 
Daniel Michael McNeff 
Timothy Edward McWilliams 
Meor Mohamad Fadzil Meor Aris 
Charles N. Milder 
John David Miller 
Christina Lynn Minor 
Ardavan Mobasheri 
Mohamad Kamal Arifin Mohamad Jan 
Karim Hassanalt Moledina 

W. J. Ryan Monaghan, Jr 
Patrick T. Morningred 
John M. Morrissey 
John J. Moskowitz 
Roger A. Moss 
Jerome Murphy 
Sean Stephen Murphy 
Robert Nee 
Gary Michael Nelson 



Ngoc Diem Nguyen 

Cheryl M. Osiecki 

Hemantha K. Parvatharaj 

Katherine Lipscomb Passyn 

Steven E. Paulik 

Michele Elizabeth Pavis 

Peter Pawlenko 

Gregory Evangelos Paximadas 

Lane P. Pendleton 

Mark David Pohndorf 

Brian Slocum Porter 

Edward Thomas Purcell 

Naomi B. Radin 

Shams Rati 

Kenneth David Ratzman 

Edward James Rielly 

Lee-Thomas Roccanova 

Alexandria Brooke Rockefeller 

Julie Rosenberg 

John W. Ruane 

Eric Symonds Sacks 

Gary E. Sadavage 

David Anthony Scaizo 

Timothy John Schmitt 

Gary W. Schotland 

Minesh Ashok Shah 

John Floyd Sharpless 

Thomas J. Shoppie, Jr 

Harry S Shuler 

Rohit Shyam 

Joseph W. Sieczkowski 

Christine Simone 

Jessica Elaine Smith 

Eric A. Soderberg 

John Ho Song 

Richard Todd Spence 

Nick Stamatakis, III 

Derek Leroy Stamets 

Todd Thomas Stodolski 

Chrysanthos J. Strongylos 

Thomas Matthew Sudol 

Ricardo M. Swan 

Stacy L. Taylor 

May -Win Lwin Thein 

Peter David TIapa 

Steven D. Toteda 

Robert K. Tse 

John Baldwin Tuttle 

Torey K, Vngerland 

Paul A. VanWagenen 

Athanassios Vavaroutas 

David Gerald Wagner, Jr 

Michael Daniel Walsh 

Judy Fay Wang 

Heilke Welling 

Elizabeth Lauren Wells 

Christopher John Weltzien 

Suzanne E. Wert 

Brian West 

i'ael Louise Weston 

Anne Elizabeth Whitacre 

Wescott Whitley 

Christopher Wilson 

William Banzon Winkley 

Daniel Edward Wolpert 

Thomas A. Wooters 

John Richard Wuilliez 

Thomas George Yen 

Roger William Yerger 

David Yoneo Yu 

Hamid Sajjad Zaidi 



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January Commencement 399 









June Commencement 

Commencement Speaker: Carl Sagan 




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Linda Abt 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alcamo 

David C. Allen 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Altschuler 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Amos, Jr. 

Mrs. Madeline Atwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkowitz 

Richard and Faye Bishop 

Marie Bonessi 

William R. Burger 

Judge and Mrs. Edward Cahn 

Owen and Rose Carlin 

Louis Coiannuzzi 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cottingham 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Curtis 

Joan Adria D'Amato 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Del Monte, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DeMarte 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Desmond 

Paul and Louise Detweiler 

John Dillon 

Joan and Richard Estey 

The Estroff Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Fader 

Alan and Isabel Frank 

Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gleichmann, Jr., '60 

Robert J. Goodrich 

Karl and Vera Gordinier 

H. Halvorsen 

Evoyne V. Harris 

Robert C. Hassard 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herrmann 

Melvin Heuer 

Mr. and Mrs. William Hill, Jr. 

Jane Hilton 

Mr. and Mrs. Karnish 

Brian Kenny 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knauf 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Kosek 

Marianne Krajnak 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Lansberry 

Marylen and Harvey Lazear 



Mr. and Mrs. Eli Lobato 

Mr. and Mrs. John Longo 

Helmut and Petra Ludl 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Madgey 

Agostino Malfatti 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Markey 

Janet and Robert Matthes 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Matje 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. McCalley 

Robert M. McCann 

George S. Meyer 

Dr. and Mrs. Steven A. Mintzer 

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Neiro 

Mr. and Mrs. David S. Nelson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noll 

Dr. and Mrs. David Nordahl 

Charles Novak Family 

Dhimaij Parikh 

S. Richard Pensabene 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Quinn 

Patricia and Philip Ross, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. William Ross, '60 

Michael L. Sandler 

Mr. and Mrs. David Schaeffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Abel Scheng 

Mr. and Mrs, Joseph F. Schneider 

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Schwartz & family 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Siegel 

Mr. and Mrs. 1. Simonyi 

Gen Sondey 

Thomas J. Smith, Jr. 

Steube Family 

William P. Suter 

Charles and Patricia Tindall 

David Tratner 

The Virginia Family 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Waite 

Robert F. Waite, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren S. Whitney 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Wood 

Lou and Herta Yonke 

Beatrice Zemsky 



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Mr, and Mrs. Nicholas Anjjelos 


Mr. and Mrs. Gesulado 


Charles Novak Family 


Mr and Mrs. Joseph Anisko 


Dr and Mrs Ralph (iinliotti 


Bob and Ellen Olsen 


Mr. and Mrs. ('. Scott Bartlctt Jr. 


Gerald and .Madeline GilliRan 


Mr. and .Mrs. Richard J Olsen 


Georgia Louras Bartlelt 


Barbara and Timothy Gorham 


Sandra and Richard Palumbo 


Fred and Sue Bennitt 


Allen F, and .^nne S, Greiner 


Adam Pasternack 


Mr, and Mrs, Stan Berkowitz 


John, J- Hammond 


Raman Patel 


David A, and .Maryanne Bevan 


F.voyne V Harris 


Mr. and Mrs. Lanny R. Patten 


Mr and Mrs. John Boehs Sr. 


Walt and Rosemany Hoehler 


Mr. and Mrs. Barry W Perry 


Jo.seph (' Boiardi 


.Mr, and Mrs, Kdward D, Hopkins 


The Petino Family 


Andrea Bollyky 


Charles Horn 


Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Poggi 


Dr. and Mrs. Hunh S Boroson 


Joan l„ Hrebek 


Mr. and .Mrs Maury B. Poscover 


Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brodowicz 


Mr and Mrs, Che-Wu Hung 


Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph D. Posillico, Jr. 


Beth and David Buehlmann 


Mr. and .Mrs. Karl H. Jacob 


Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pykon 


Philip and Ann Byrne 


Joy J. James 


Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Radler 


Edward L Bzdek 


Carl S. Jean-Baptiste 


G. Rangaiah 


Gabriel P Caprio 


Mr and .Mrs George W. Johnson 


Mr. and Mrs Donald Regan 


Mr. and .Mrs. Daniel Carroll 


Mr. and .Mrs. Ted Johnson 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Rokos 


Arni and Cheryl Cashbar 


Mr. and .Mrs. Kenneth Johnston 


Sigmond S, and Doris Rutkowski 


Anthony S Cassino 


Anil M. Joshi, M.D. 


Mr. and .Mrs. James P. Ryan 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Chapel 


Mr. and Mrs. James Kane 


Mr. and Mrs. Louis Savastani 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chernok 


Nate and Ftta Kantor 


Ron and Joyce Scharf 


A. Micheal Chodorcoff 


Mr and Mrs. I.eon Karibian 


Dr. and Mrs. Morris Scherr 


Mr. and Mrs. George F. Clements, Jr. 


Erna Kauffman 


Arthur and Peggy Schifflin 


Mr. 


and Mrs. Charles D. Close 


Dr and .Mrs Kevin I. Keim 


Barbaba and Harvey Schwartz 





Dr. James and l.acy Colson 

Jeanette and Hunter W Corbin 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Corr 

Mr. and .Mrs. Kevin Costello, Sr 

Andrew R. Costew, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. John .\. Covucci 

William W and Marian E Crouse 

Mary 1., Dalton 

Mr, and Mrs, Anthony D'Amato 

Andre and Marilyn Danesh 

El and Norma Daub 

Peter and Margaret Dolan 

,Mr and Mrs, Thoman Dolce 

Mr and Mrs Paul Dottino 

Leo and Millie Demm 

Herb Ehlers 

Gary and Vicki Eribaum 

Joan and Richard Estey 

Wendy and Richard Fenton 

Mr and Mrs A S, Fernandez 

Mrs. John R. Fischer 

Dr. and Mrs Philip Fleishman 

Mr. and Mrs. Dermot Flynn 

Bruce J. Frey 

Charles W Friday 

Micheal and Linda Frieze 

The Gallucci Family 

Mr. and Mrs R J Gammer 

Dr. and Mrs Benedicto S. Garin 

George and Kathleen Gartner 

Dr. and Mrs. William J, Geary 



Gerald and Esther Kessler 

Dr. and Mrs. A Paul King 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Klinger 

Mr. and .Mrs. Frank R. Koenemund 

Stephen Koppelman 

Mr. and Mrs. FJ, Kull 

Mr, and Mrs. Donald R. Kuntz 

Marylen and Harvey Lazear 

Mr and Mrs. Peter D. Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Lee 

Bonnie and Steve Leff 

Mr. and Mrs Harold Levine 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lory 

Jo.seph and Norma Jean Loughran 

Jean and Jack Lynch 

Mr. and Mrs, Richard H, Lundy. Jr. 

John M MacCrum III 

Linda MacLaren 

Agostino .Malfatti 

Rachelle Mathios 

Kendall and Rosemarie .McMahon 

Dr. and Mrs George T Meindl 

George S. Meyer 

Mr. and Mrs Richard J Miller 

Werner .Moderhack 

Dr and Mrs James M. .Monaghan 

Frank Montemurro 

Mr. and Mrs. John Moskowitz 

Ann and Cheryl Nashbar 

Mr and Mrs. Peter Nason 

Dr. and .Mrs. Richard Nottingham 



Dr. and Mrs Gerald Schwartz & Family 

The Shapss Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sherman 

Dr. and Mrs Leonidas Sicat 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Siegel 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Silver 

Mr. and Mrs Raymond S. Smith 

Maxine and Martin Solomon 

Dr. and Mrs Warren Sommer 

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Steinberg 

George and Rosemary Tamaro 

Dr. and .Mrs Robert Touloukian 

Carole and Jerome Turk 

The Robert Wainwright Family 

Dr. and Mrs Herbert Wa.xman 

George and Judy Webb 

George and Dottle Weinkam 

David W. Weiss. Sr. 

Gerald S. Wertlieb M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman S. Wertz 

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Whelan 

Jack and Eileen White 

Mike and Jill Wilson 

Barbara and Ted Widmayer 

Gary and Jacqueline Wolf 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wolff 

Doris Wynett 

Nancy and John Yingling 

Juny Yul Yu 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Rebekah Tannen 

LOVE 

Dad, Mom, Gail, Adam 

and Bennett 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Ed Hutter 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Mark Wainwright 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mum and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Monica Holmquist 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Melvin Gibson 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Mom, LaVerne, Denise, 

Crystal, Jeniere, Jemel, 

Saul, William and Lamarr 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Robyn Segal 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, AUyson, 
Michelle and Adam 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Steve Yaros 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Jack 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Kathleen Gimpel 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Ed, Kristin 

And Kerri 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Colleen 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

The Costello Family 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Ken Kantor 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Damian J. Cosmo 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Kerry Kazis 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Brian Kom 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Michelle and Scott 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Michael Toffel 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 







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CONGRATULATIONS 

Beverley Jones 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Mark and Chris 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Derek Lin Rogers 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Metz 




CONGRATULATIONS 
Derek Lin Rogers 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 



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LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Metz 



LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Kareen, 

Denise and Sarah 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Carl Sumi 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mary Lou, Karen and Lex 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Dave Siwinski & Friends 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Patty Tedesco 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Lynda, Joe and Frank 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Ted Touloukian 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

Bob and Janice Touloukian, 
Christopher and Tim 



CONGRATULATIONS 
To The Pumps 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 



LOVE 
All The Noks 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Curt M. Gammer 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom, Bob and Denise 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Nancy Fitzgerald 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Scott and Steve 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jim Cinelli 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

The Cinelli Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Julie Rupprecht 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Andy '89 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Sandra Longo 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Marisa, Stefanie, 
Al, Jennifer and Odie Longo 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Chris Dreher 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Mark Levin 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

Mom, Dad, Julie and Peter 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Brian Glasser 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Rich 



CONGRATULATIONS 
The Guys At 454 Carlton Avenue 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

The Glassers 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Fred Blake 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
From Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Michael J. Furjanic 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Rick Groth 

WE'RE VERY PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Becky, Sue, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Michael Zalegowski 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Denise and Christine 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Mike Zalegowski 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Grandparents & Funk Family 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Linda Sommer 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Richie 



LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Rob 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Lisa Silver 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Todd Holbrook 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Kristy, Chauncey and Blake 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Geoff Lansberry 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Holly and Jay 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Lauren Tuchin 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Suzanne and 

Jason 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Carrie Hoffman 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Boh Wainwright 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Scott and 

Jessica 



Mamma and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Anthony Vitiello 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 



CONGRATULATIONS 

John Adam 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Lori 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Nicole Morbach 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Andrea 




CONGRATULATIONS 
Keith Palumbo 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Derek 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Liz Curtis 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



418 



CONGRATULATIONS 
John T. Maccagnan 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom and Dave 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Brothers of Phi Gamma Delta 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Todd's Parents 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Brian Sanders 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

Yale and Beverly Sanders 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Adrienne Roland 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Erin and Mary Rose 



CONGRATULATIONS 
John A. Lee 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Justin 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Christopher Holland 

LOVE 
Duffa 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Steven Gabrielle 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, G/M/M/K 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Kerry Koenemund 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Tammy and Kevin 



Ads For Grads 419 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jim Giddon 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mother, Dad & 
All The Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Joe Maioriello 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maioriello 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Kimberly Schwartz 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom & Dad, 

Melissa, Jennifer, Elizabeth 

and Phillip 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Tony Colainio 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Lori 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Mary Elizabeth Viechnicki 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Gregory and Jason 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Randy S. Bochniak 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Jamie and Troy 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Ted Geltner 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

Mom, Dad and Marcel 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Wendy Burger 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

All the Burgers, Copellos 

and Friends 



420 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Cheryl Galante 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Steve and Dave 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Katharine Jessica Posillico 




CONGRATULATIONS 
Jennifer Wynett 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mommy and Daddy 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Lee Anne Milhiser 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Mark and John 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Kathleen Barber 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Kev 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Daiid Bovenizer 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom, Mark and Beth 



Ads For Grads 421 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Tim-mit 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
David Deutsch 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Arlene, Arthur and Amy 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Ava Wolland 

LOVE 
Mom 



CONGRATULATIONS 
John Oravitz 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Joyce and Jessica 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Kristin Franchina 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Carole and Anthony 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Stephen Lee 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Georgeadam Petino 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad and Mom 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Brian Le fever 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom, Kim, Binky, Kevin and Abi 



CONGRATULATIONS 
G-man 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 
Joel and Egg 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Matthew Leone 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Laura Schmieder 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Alison, G & G, Dad and Mom 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Mathew T. O'Connor 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and The Clan 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Patricia Tierney 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad + 5 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Chris Nason 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Trisha, Will and Jeff 



Ads For Grads 423 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Bill Ross 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Cathy 

and Jamie 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Todd Spinello 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Jason 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Beanie 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Ellen, Rachel, 

Michael and Rosey the dog! 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Bill Mueller 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Merry and John 



CONGRATULATIONS 
William NORMAN 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Pa 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Tom Martin 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

Mom, Dad and Mercy Anne 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Tim Orr 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Fred, Kristin, Janie, 

Cynthia, Charlotte and Katie 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Jim McGinley 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Rob 



424 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Dear Renee 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Susan Samson 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Renee Anisko 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Eva, Michael, Maggie, 
Andy and Alexandria 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Derek Fitteron 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 




CONGRATULATIONS 

Ken Frieze 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, David and Debbie 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Michael G. Fisher 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Mom, Diana and Iz, 

Tippy, Charkle and Spike 



Ads For Grads 425 




CONGRATULATIONS 
Tammy Las Palakis 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom and Chrissy 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Jen 

LOVE 
Mr. and Mrs. Glovich 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Kathie Null 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Tricia 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Al Glovich 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Kathie Kull 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

Ruffles 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Rich Janoso 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Chris and Jim 



426 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Joe Madgey 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom, Scott and Mike 



CONGRATULATIONS 

To our wonderful grandson, 

Ed Del Monte 

LOVE 
Grandma and Grandpa Santoro 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Ed Del Monte, Jr. 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
To my brother Eddie 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Your brother Dave Del Monte 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Dipti Sheth 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Milan 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Theji Rangaiah 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Rangaiahs and Naiks 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Lisa Michele Constance 
WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Grandma and Grandpa 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Gail Andrea Katz 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Richard, Diane, Brian 

and Pookie 



Ads For Grads 427 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Deborah Ann Dreger 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Rick 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Alan Braun 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Ted Roehrig 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Curt 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Missy Duff 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Meredith L. Seigle 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mother and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Margaret Bookman 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Chip 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Mike Loughran 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Chilly 

LOVE 
Jerome!!! 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Billy Chodorcoff 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Brian 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Brett Skolnik 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Sharon 



CONGRATULATIONS 
David Tratner 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Mom, Jerry, Ellen, Mindy, 

Matthew and Allison 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Maria Fiorenti 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and the whole Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Peter Coker, Jr. 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Brian Hensel 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Family 




Ads For Grads 429 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jack Karibian 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Jack 

LOVE 
Aunt Barbara and Uncle Eddie 




CONGRATULATIONS 

Jack 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Uncle Jack and Aunt Maida 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Jack 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

David 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
THE CLASS OF 1990! 

The Karibians 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jack 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Richard, Lee, Christopher 

and Christina 



430 



CONGRATULATIONS 
John Krincek 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom and Corinne 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Michele Taub 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Loren and Oreo 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Jake Fotopoulos 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Dad, Mom, Fif and Jim 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Steve Kirsch 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Dave and Mark 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Russ Scott IV 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Holly and Kristen 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Michele Cabot 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Jen 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Steve Saul 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

Mom, Dad, Michael and Christine 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Elizabeth Rich 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mommy, Daddy, Lynn, 

Eric and Tracey 



Ads For Grads 431 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Alex Duque 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Cris and Andy 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Linda Rodriguez 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Bro 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Chris Hansen 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 



LOVE 
Mom and Katie 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Beth Hershman 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Rodrigo Ortiz 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Jose Pedro, Christina 

Javier and Ximena 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Susan Marra 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Nadine Inganna 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Gram 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Kyle Boschen 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Linda, Robbie and Dad 



432 




CONGRATULATIONS 

PauJ Thompson 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Maria, 

Tish and Ted 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Kelly Lear 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Brett 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Jim Carty 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom and Dad, 

John, Mary and Nancy 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Brian Snyder 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

Mom, Dad, Shawn and Chris 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Andy Gleichmann 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

The Gleichmann Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Jay Snyder 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



Ads For Grads 433 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Sue Stansfield 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Tracy 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Stasi 
I AM PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Yaya Eliconi 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Stasi 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Ellen 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Cailin Cordon 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Siobhan, 

Sinead and Cashel 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Marjorie H. Ross 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Richard 



CONGRATULATIONS 

'Tosty Face" 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Alok Joshi 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Anish and Amit 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Edward Pykon 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and David 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
Wendy Shapss 
I LOVE YOU! 

Grandma 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Wendy Shapss 

WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Wendy Shapss 

AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 
Pam 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Wendy Shapss 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 



LOVE 
Katie and Grandpa 




CONGRATULATIONS 
Joseph W. Haas, Jr. 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad and Sister 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Carolyn Smith 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom, Dad, Marybeth and Eileen 



Ads For Grads 435 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Michele Scaringella 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Angela, 

Stephen and Jennifer 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Kyle Boschen 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Bob, Rick, 

Grandma and Sam 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Phuong V. Nguyen 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Harry and Use 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Teresa Bzdek 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
The Bzdek Family 




CONGRATULATIONS 
Joe Robinson 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Joe Robinson 
AND BEST OF LUCK! 

LOVE 

Grandmom, Kath, Mike 

and Karen 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Meghan Rowe 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 
The Bursar's Office 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Beth Barry 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Abby, Betty, 

Pupper and Fuzzy 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Scott R. Davis 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Robert Koes 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Kris, and 

the rest of the Family 



CONGRATULATIONS 
Martha Hansen-Sturm 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and John 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Ray Smith 

AND THE CLASS OF 1990! 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Smith 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Tina Wood 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Kim Bernstein 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 



LOVE 
Mom and Dad 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

THE BEST TO ALL OF THE 
CLASS OF 1990! 

Two Lehigh Soccer Fans, 
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CONGRATULATIONS 

Kimberly Ann Fischer 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom, Gayle and Tom 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Gyl Beth 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Mom and Daddy 

CONGRATULATIONS 
Nana 

WE KNEW YOU COULD DO IT! 

LOVE 

Mo & Don, Jimmy & Kathy, Allie, Nancy 

& John, Gerard, Katie, Meg, David and 

Danny 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Carol Gibson 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE 

Mom and Dad 



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Leighton Good 

LOVE 

Mom 



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Mom and Dad 



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Kenneth Daub 
Beth DeNarte 
Beth Easley 
nancy Fitzgerald 
Adam Griflf 
Andria Jacob 
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Chris Martin 
Jeff Maxon 
Melissa Moore 
Meghan Rowe 
Laura Schifflin 
Lisa Silver 
Chris Takayama 
Andrea Trapnell 
Jamie Wallace 



Nancy Howard 




Corey Abate 


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Managing Editor 


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INDEX 



Academics 68 

Accounting 96 

Activities 108 

Adams/ Webster 218 

Advertisements 440 

Ads For Orads 412 

Aerospace Studies 80 

Air Force ROTC 142 

Alpha Chi Omega 302 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 238 

Alpha Gamma Delta 304 

Alpha Omicron Pi 306 

Alpha Phi 308 

Alpha Phi Omega 139 

Alpha Sigma Phi 240 

Alpha Tau Omega 242 

Arnold Air Society 144 

Art 8e Architecture 80 

Art on Campus 34 

Arts * Science 78 

Asian Students Association 141 

ASME 117 

Athletics 81 

AUSA 145 

B 

Baseball 188 

Basketball ■ Men 185 

Basketball - Women 185 

Beta Theta Pi 244 

Biology 82 

424 Birkel 224 

426 Birkel 216 

438440 Birkel 226 

448 Birkel 209 

470 Birkel 235 

488 Birkle 219 

Brodhead 5th Floor 203 

Brown &■ White 110 

Business Sf Economics 94 



454 Carlton 211 

606 Carlton 208 

81 7 Carlton 213 

Chemical Engineering . . 102 

Chemistry 83 

Chi Phi 246 

Chi Psi 248 

Choir 136 

Christmas 54 

Civil Engineering 104 

Classics 82 

Class of 1990 406 

Closing Remarks 451 

Club 31 140 

Color Guard J44 

Comp Sci & Electrical Engr 103 

Crew Club 122 

Cross Country ■ Women 187 



Cf. Debby & Stacey, Beerbelly 

Sharecroppers 229 

Dancin' 133 

Deans 74 

Delta Chi 250 

Delta Chi Little Sisters . . 121 

Delta Gamma 310 

Delta Phi 252 

Delta Sigma Phi 254 

Delta Tau Delta 256 

Delta Upsilon 258 



Delta Zeta 312 

Dravo A3 201 

Dravo A4 198 

Dravo B5 199 

Dravo C2 198 

Dravo C4 197 

Dravo D3 204 

Dravo Gryphons 204 

Drinker 205 



203 East Fifth 210 

218 East Fifth 217 

315 East Fifth 230 

Economics 97 

End of Summer 20 

Engr 6t Applied Science . . 100 

English 84 

The Epitome 112 

Eta Kappa Hu 119 



Fall 26 

Features 18 

Field Hockey 186 

Finance 96 

Football 187 

Fraternities 236 

French Club 118 

Freshmen Orientation 22 



Gamma Phi Beta 314 

Geology 84 

Geology Club 117 

German House 201 

Golf 191 

Government 85 

Greek Week 60 

Gymnastics Club 128 

H 

flillel Society 138 

549 Hillside 234 

556 Hillside 215 

History 85 



I 



IFC i20 

Industrial Engineering 104 

International House 203 

International Relations 86 



412 Jackson 221 

January Graduation 396 

Journalism 86 

June Graduation 400 

K 

Kappa Alpha 260 

Kappa Alpha Theta 316 

Kappa Sigma 262 

I 

Lacrosse ■ Men 190 



Lacrosse - Women 191 

Lacrosse Club 130 

Lambda Chi Alpha 264 

Law * Business 98 

Lehigh Christian Fellowship 138 

Lehigh/ Lafayette 46 

Living 192 

LUV 139 

M 

M & M A3 200 

M & M B2 202 

Management 99 

Marching 97 234 

Marketing 98 

Materials Science & Engr 105 

Mathematics 87 

Mechanical Engineering 105 

Military Science 81 

Modem Foreign Language 88 

417 Montclair 216 

421 Montclair 228 

431 Montclair 214 

433 Montclair 2J2 

450 Montclair 219 

454 Montclair 234 

459 Montclair 220 

461 Montclair 220 

530 Montclair 210 

646 Montclair 208 

Music 89 

Mustard St Cheese 131 



M 



new Business Center 56 



Off Campus Housing 206 

On-Campus Housing 194 

Orchestra 132 



Patrons 410 

411 Pawnee 218 

Phi Delta Theta 266 

Phi Gamma Delta 268 

Phi Kappa Psi 270 

Phi Kappa Theta 272 

Philosophy 89 

Phi Sigma Kappa 274 

Physics 90 

Pi Kappa Alpha 276 

Pi Lambda Phi 278 

Plays on Campus 40 

Powder Puff Football 123 

President Likens 70 

PRSSA 116 

Psi Upsilon 280 

Psychology 91 

R 

Religion Studies 91 

Rugby Club 126 



SAC 137 

Sammy Annex 235 

Scabbard Se Blade Society 145 
Science, Technology & Society 92 
Scorecards 180 



Seniors 318 

Seniors not Pictured 392 

Sigma Alpha Mu 282 

Sigma Hu 284 

Sigma Phi 286 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 288 

Skiing I85 

Soccer 286 

Social Relations 90 

Society of Military Engineers 141 

Society of Women Engineers 118 

Softball 288 

Sororities 300 

304 South new 215 

Sponsors 411 

Sports 146 

Spring 58 

Squash Club 129 

432 Stoneman 222 

Stoughton 3 202 

Student Materials Society . 116 

223-225 Summit 233 

Swimming - Men 184 

Swimming - Women 184 

T 

Taekwondo Club J24 

Tau Beta Pi 119 

Tau Epsilon Phi 290 

Taylor A2 196 

Taylor C2 196 

Tennis - Men 190 

Tennis ■ Women 186 

Theatre 93 

Theta Chi 292 

Theta Delta Chi 294 

Theta Xi 296 

Top Tens 42 

Track - Men 189 

Track ■ Women 189 

Trembley 4 199 

Trembley 45 205 

Turkey Trot 44 

Twilight J40 

u 

Ultimate Frisbee 125 

Urban Studies 93 



203 Van Buren 232 

305h Van Buren 214 

Vice Presidents 72 

Volleyball - Women 184 

Volleyball IM Champions . . 129 

w 

224-226 Warren Square . . . 225 

421 Webster 212 

425 Webster 232 

Winter 52 

Wrestling 188 

2 

Zeta Psi 298 



In Closing 



Colophon 



Sometimes, you find 
yourself doing something 
you never imagined. 
That's how I feel as I wrap 
up the 1990 Epitome. 
When I came to Lehigh, I 
never thought I would end 
up being the editor of the 
yearbook my Senior year. 

Lehigh is constantly 
changing, and the Epitome 
has captured those 
changes through the 
years. This year's book is 
special to those of us grad- 
uating because it symbol- 
izes the end of our Lehigh 
experience. The 1990 Epit- 
ome shows us the way Le- 
high is now and yet helps 
us to remember the way it 
was when we first came 
here. 

Many hours of hard work 
and dedication were put 
into making this yearbook 
the best that it could be. 
The numerous editors 
worked tediously to piece 
together the memories of 
the past year. I hope that 
each of you is as proud of 
it as we are and that you 
enjoy it as much as we will. 
We have tried to capture 
the special qualities that 
Lehigh offers and leave 
you with a lasting memory 
of this unique experience. 

Finishing this book is 
what I consider a great ac- 
complishment. I com- 
plained constantly 
throughout the year to 
anyone who would listen, 
but only because I wanted 
the 1990 Epitome to be 
the BEST. I hope that each 
of you likes what you see, 
for it was done for you. 
riancy Howard 
Editor-in-Chief 
The 1990 Epitome 



Volume 1 14 of The Epitome. 1990 edition, the official yearbook of Lehigh University, was printed by 
Jostens Printing and Publishing Division, Slate College. Pennsylvania, using that offset lithography 
process. The paper is primarily "ao Qloss with black Ink. Color pages used "110 Kromkote paper 
Cover: The cover, made of a Maroon material with black Cord grain, contained a gold foil embossment of 
the Lindcmian Library of Lehigh University. The cover was designed by The Epitome and drawn by 
Jostens. 

Headlines and Copy: Century Book Condensed typeface was used for the majority of the book. The index 
was done using Benguiat Book typeface and the advertisements used various typefaces. Body copy was 
predominately set In 10 point while captions used 8 point. Headline size varied throughout the book. 
Color: All separations were performed using Hell-laser scanners from color prints. A second color. 
Maroon, was used in the features section. 

Photographs: Photographs are the work of The Epitome and The Brown and IVh/fe staff photographers 
These photographers are: Teresa Bzdek, Beth fSasley, Jodie Goodman, Adam Griff, Piancy Howard, Sarah 
Jones, Ken Kantor, Tom Kostas, Jeanne Leggett, Charalambos Marangos, Judy McGrath, Kathryn Messi- 
na, Whitney Rearick, Lauren Shedlln, Jason Stanford. Chris Takayama, Andrea Trapnell. Senior portraits, 
as well as sports and graduation candids, were taken by Merin Studios. Philadelphia, PA. Athletic teams 
were photographed and supplied by Ryan Studios. Bethlehem, PA. The fraternity and sorority composites 
were taken by Fraternal Composite Services, Utica, riY 

The closing poem was written by nancy Howard, editor of the 1990 Epitome. 



Thanks 



Corey Abate: Once again, someone is unknowingly coerced into becoming Editor. You will do a fantastic 
Jobnextyearsodont worry too much. If I can handle it. anyone can! Thanks for all your help and suppori 
throughout the year. IT S DOriEllll 

Laura SchlfJlIn: Thanks for keeping the business end in good shape You did a great Job with both 
banquets and still managed to keep it under the budget. 

Lisa Sliver: You were kept pretty busy throughout the year with all the Ads For Qrads and you did an 
awesome Job as Sales Manager. We re actually moving those old books off the shelves! Thanks for all 
your help! 

Ken Daub; You were one of the most determined members of the staff, and you managed to pull In those 
ads for us. Good luck as Business Manager next year - I think you II do an awesome Job. 

Adam Qriff and Chris Takayama: A million thanks to the two of you. You did an incredible Job and took 
some outstanding photos. The yearbook wouldn t be possible without the dedication the two of you 
showed this year. Adam. I hope you continue the good work next year. Chris, thank you so much for 
always being there when I needed someone to talk to. 

Susan Marra and nancy Fitzgerald: Once again the Living section has proved to be the largest in the 
book, and you two did an AWESOME Job with it. Thank you for always getting everything done on time 
Sue, your three years of dedication have been great, you were one of the most reliable members of the 
staff, nancy, sorry the computer hated you so much, but now you never have to type In another blurb! 
Thanks for all your hard work. 

Jamie Wallace and Beth Easley: Many thanks to the two that had to get to work before anyone else 
Jamie, thanks for your hard work and determination to get things done on time. Beth, good luck with the 
section next year, I hope it goes as smoothly as this year. 

Beth DeMarte and Chris Martin: I don t know how the Activities section ever got done, but it did. Beth, 
thanks for all your hard work. Good luck next year, I'm sure you and Corey will do a fabulous Job, 



Meghan Rowe and Andrea Trapnell: Your ideas for the Features section were terrific and I 
come out looking great. Thanks for pulling it all together once again. 



m sure it will 



Teresa Bzdek and Melissa Moore: The most tedious is always saved for last and once again the Senior 
section is last. Teresa, thank you for all your hard work throughout the year and for pulling the senior 
section together. 

Josh Levine, JefTMaxon. and Andria Jacob: The Sports section has always been rather unique and this 
year was even more so. Josh and Jeff, you two did a great Job making the layout design work for your 
section. I really think it will look terrific. 

Steve Merin and Merin Studios: Many thanks for helping us meet our deadlines by always getting the 
photos back promptly. Steve, thanks for all the help with the sports photos, I really appreciated the extra 
support you gave us. 

Phil Klein: Thank you for always offering your ideas and assistance. It has been a pleasure working with 
you this past year. I think we put together another fine Epitome with the help of Jostens. Many thanks. 

Professor Gomey: From the new cover design to the addition of pages, you were always willing to let us 
make the 1990 Epitome the best that it could be. Thank you for all your help. I hope next year is a little 
less hectic and that the computerized book gets under way. 

Pam Mongi: I don t know how you kept dealing with those labels, but thanks for getting it all together for 
me. Your help this year has been much appreciated. Thank you for always having a minute to help me. 

Linda Lipko: Whenever I needed an answer, I knew you could help me. Without your guidance and 
support. I don t think this book would have gotten done. Thank you for the many hours of hard work and 
dedication you put towards the Epitome. 



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Farewell 

The time has come to say farewell 
For we must be on our way. 
We have travelled thus together 
And have shared each passing day. 

We have learned to work together 
And have grown into a team. 
But now we know that each must go 
And follow his own dream. 

The times we've shared will stay with us 
Until the very end. 

For the bonds we We built are deep and true 
As we call each other friend. 

Though the distance may restrict us 
From the daily give and take, 
The love we've found, the trust we've built 
Will surely never break. 

So as the day draws ever closer 
When our paths will lead away, 
Do not fret, my precious friend 
They will cross again some day. 

And when that day arises. 
You will i^ow that you have found, 
That our friendship will jixinji^ intact 
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